Who is logged in as the network administrator?

Posted on 2010-01-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I have discovered someone is logged in with one of my network administrative accounts.  I want to figure out what machine it is.  How can I do this?  Thanks!

Question by:cansib
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    Accepted Solution

    Look for Logon/Logoff events in the the security log of of the domain controllers.
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    Assisted Solution

    If you know the time, see whose profile in "Documents and Settings " have file changed at that time.

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