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I need to log when users are entering our system ie logiing in and out times. This can be multiple times during the day and as we have three terminal servers I need the log to reflect for all three.

I also need the log to be a single file if possible so that I can import into a database etc so that we can see over time patterns etc.

Is this possible? I know we can turn on auditing but that does not allow me to get data into a database - I might be wrong on that hence my question.

Thanks for the help!

Sagar
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Have a look at my previous answer to a similar question, hopefully this will help: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_26601738.html
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Hi x3man

Thanks I will give that a go!

Regards

Sagar
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