Last Login Date and Time

Posted on 2009-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Ok....simple question.  How do I check for the last login time/date of a particular user on a windows 2003 R2 server running under directory services.....or the last time they connected into a terminal services sever.  Thanks.
Question by:HelpMePlease777
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    You could check the modified date on the users profile on the terminal server (in c:\documents and settings\user).

    For the last logon with the account, this value is stored in AD and can usually be viewed with a simple VBS script.
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    You can use this freeware tool (DumpSec v2.8.6)
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    There's a link to the script on the following page:

    Basically pulls the value from AD.
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