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We have a laptop out in the ether on a pptp conection and cannot figure out who is using it, is there any way for AD to tell me who is on the PC
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Hello acole10000,

PPTP connections should log the usernames that were authenticated to the security log on the RAS server?

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PeteLong
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You can trace the IP Address of the unit, you may have a clue.

There are many websites that will give you physical locations of ip address ranges.

Then you have to contact the ISP if you believe that the access is fraudulent.

You could have a hacker if you don't know who it is.
I would setup traces and track them down.

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You go me going i nthe correct direction but the lgos were unreadable, I need downloading a log viewer http://www.deepsoftware.com/iasviewer/ and found the answers
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