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SMS 2003 Query to identify all active users on a domain

Posted on 2010-09-08
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Hi
I need to find out the maximum amount of users logged onto our domain at a point in time.
I know there is s Last Logged onto query but I need to find all currently active users

Is there a way of doing this in SMS 2003
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Question by:alibongo1970
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by:Joseph Daly
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I do not believe there is a way of doing this using either Active Directory or SMS 2003. While there is a last logontimestamp attribute in active directory it is not 100% accurate and there is no way of querying who is logged into the domain at any given moment.
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a tool for windows 2000 and windows 2003 can help you with this.  its called limitlogin and you can read about it here

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237282

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