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User Windows Log In Time

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Is there any way to log user's log in time to the domain or to their computers?
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Look in the Event viewer and click the securtiy tab.

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You can monitor this in the audit log of your servers event viewer or use a third party app like this one http://www.manageengine.com/products/active-directory-audit/user-logon-audit-reports.html to monitor active directory. If you plan to use the audit log, you will want to filter your search to Audit Logon/Logoff success events. The logon (528/540) and logoff (538) can be correlated to the login field.
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