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I would like to know if there is a way to tell when user log into a computer by remote access. Is this in the event log somewhere? if it is what event id would it be? If it is elsewhere please advise.
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Have you checked the Security Log?
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netstat -an | find "3389"

if you see "establish" yes connect you.

and

goto task manager and users tab, see computer name? if you stranger name and more one, yes this is rdp.

or close rdp. forget any.
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