Tracking Logins!!

Posted on 2007-10-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
How can I record (to a separate file) Logins to the network, RDP logins to our Term Services server including login and logout  time and device name?
Question by:tometh
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    If you enable auditing of security events, you will see all logon
    and logoff events in the Security tab of the EventLog on the TS.

    You can filter and export these events once a month to a tab-
    delimited textfile for further processing.

    Or you could make your own, very simple logon report by adding a
    line to your TS-specific logon and logoff script:

    echo %username% %clientname% %date% %time% >> logon.log

    195461 - How to Set Up a Logon Script Only for Terminal Server

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