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Detailed monitoring of RDP access to SBS2003

Posted on 2010-08-31
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Hello,

 We have a customer who would like to know when and how much time someone is logged into their SBS2003 sever to complete off site work via RDP access.

Is there a way to view and keep track of this with detailed reporting via a built in or third party solution?

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You can check the event logs for event types of this type of logon, I cant remember the filter, but 528 and 540 ring a bell.

there is a great utility that I have used in the past, but it's chargeable ;

http://www.terminalserviceslog.com/blog/index.php/2010/01/11/configuring-auditing-for-windows-servers/
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Thanks, the Termservicelog software looks exactly like what they're looking for.
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