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How do I find out how many users are logged into my Active Directory server?

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Is there an easy way to determine how many users are logged onto my server at any time?
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Click on Start, Programs, Administrative Tools, Computer Management.
Expand Computer Management, Expand System Tools, Expand Shares, Click on Sessions.
This will tel you who is logged on to your server.
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