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Is there a way to have a log of all Mstsc sessions seperately.

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Hi,

Is there a way to have a script run on startup and record all the Events in a excel with all possible details and even send a mail with the details.
WHEN THERE IS A USER LOGGED IN THROUGH MSTSC OR EVEN THROUGH THE CONSOLE NEED IT TO BE RECORDED..
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Sharath
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Hmm, I think your best method would be polling the security event log on the terminal server you want to monitor with a WMI script for event 528 which is a successful logon.
Have a look here for some pointers: http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/vbscript/wmi_event_log.htm

HTH.
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