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Track user logons on Windows network

How do I log information about what computers logging into the network with which logon names and what time?
A solution who is fast to implement is appreciated. A delimited textfile is fully enough, no need of fancy things.

Thank's in advanced
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dingir
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DeanC30Commented:
Configure Auditing for Account Logons, this should give you the information required, within Event Viewer
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psyclown-Commented:
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dingirAuthor Commented:
Thank's for answers

The event viewer also shows me 100eds of other events each minute..  some help there?

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psyclown-Commented:
Well, you could try this tip by Microsoft:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/556015/
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dingirAuthor Commented:
psyclown, perfect! Exactly what I want. But I can't see how I would get %username% on startup/shutdown. This script have to be in user-section, not the computer section. Isn't it? I will try..
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psyclown-Commented:
I guess you are right, but it was the closest i could get :)
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dingirAuthor Commented:
psy, yes and the scripts putted in user-section made all variables works. Interesting that MS recommended computer-section.
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psyclown-Commented:
yea thats a weird thing to do :)
Well, as long as you got it working, then i am happy :)
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