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need to know who is logged in

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I need to know a command to find out who is logged in currently on the domain and when they logged in if possible. I would like to find something that works from any pc in the domain but would settle for a server based tool.

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Question by:winsane
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A simple way without tools would be a domain logon script that creates a file \\server\share\%username%%date%"
md "\\server\share\%username%%date%"
Fine tune the syntax, I have forgotten how that works :)
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