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Need to create report and user accounts that logon directly to a 2008 server. Mainly through RDP.

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Need to create report and user accounts that logon directly to a 2008 server. Mainly through RDP.

Auditing is setup on the local machine

How do I see the results of my local group policy???

Did I set it up right??


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Change it to audit account logon events.
The auditing result will be found in security eventlog.
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How can I filter these logons out of all of the security logs?

thanks
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Can I audit logon and logoff events for all domain users? Will it show what computers they logon to?

How would I set that Up and then how would I run the reports?
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