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HELP!!! Needing to find a solution to track who logs onto what computer at what time activity in domain environment

Hi, I am trying to figure out what solutions are on the market that can be used to keep track of who logged into what computer at a specific time and the like in a domain environment.  I know I can do sort of that kind of tracking via Domain Controller's Security Audit logs, but it is pretty plain and vague.

Am I missing something in Server 2003/2008 about event logs or do I need to seek a third-party app to assist with this?

Thanks in advance.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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That sounds great ProtechCT.  Would that report in the Domain Controller Security Audit Log?
I cannot have it report on the client PCs because once they restart it is wiped clean.
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ProtechCT,
Does this GPO settings report in the DC or on the client PC?

Thanks.
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If a domain account is used, they will be logged on both the domain controller and the local computer.