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I am using sarg because management wants to see were people are going on the internet - it works great but the report shows the computer's ip address. to make this useful i need to know who is logged into which ip address. so is there a way to find the user login name by the ip address of the computer?
i have a windows 2003 server in an active directory if that would help
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One way of doing it would be to bind a specific IP address to the workstation's MAC, then assign a user name under hostnames and addresses.
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there are different types of ipscanners utilities provides ip address/ user login details
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thank you.
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