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How to log user login activity on terminal server

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I would like to record each time a user logs on/off the terminal server (Windows 2003).  
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Administrative tools, local security policy.
Under Local Policies, double click on audit account logon events, check success box.  

If on a domain, you need to do this on a domain controller under the domain security policy.  



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