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measure total active and total inactive time of a user on computer

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Hi!

i want to generate a report which show that how much time user was active and how much time user was not active like  if user leave their system more than 5 min it automatically locked and total locked time should be calculated as non active and rest time as active.  can it be done by domain controller...

pls. help
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There is nothing in Windows itself to do this - you will have to look at some third party logging/monitoring tools
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can u let me know any free tools for this.

thanks
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