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How can I track user logins to SBS 08?

I have reason to believe that one of our users has figured out anothers user password and has been loging in as them to view secure information. I also believe they have used the password to login to Outlook Web Access. Is there anyway to track who has been loging in or possibly what computer other then the users has login in with that account?
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Hi, you can set a policy to track logon/logoff, a sample is show here.

I suppose you could just set the 'change password' flag for every user thus requiring everyone to set a new password.
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criceparrishAuthor Commented:
I need to be able to see where the user logged in from? Any suggestion for that?
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criceparrishAuthor Commented:
A little off subject, but can you see when an who opened a word document or excel document?
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
>> I need to be able to see where the user logged in from? Any suggestion for that?
That is the %COMPUTERNAME% in your logging.

>> A little off subject, but can you see when an who opened a word document or excel document?
Yes you can audit this, see here.
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