Exchange 2010: with user has rpc connection

Posted on 2012-09-20
Last Modified: 2012-11-20
Using the command

Get-Counter "msexchange rpcclientaccess\user count" -ComputerName xch

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I get the number of users that uses RPC on Exchange.
In my case it says that there are 17 users using RPC.

But the next step is which users are using RPC.
How do I get the names of the 17 users using RPC?
Question by:KOV_VZW
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    Dear KOV_VZW,

    Hope this helps you.

    Kindly keep us posted.

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    You can check it using Get-LogonStatistics
    Ref :

    For Example
    Get-LogonStatistics -Server "yourmailboxServer" | where {$_.ApplicationId -like "*RPC*"}| select username,DatabaseName,servername,clientname,ApplicationId

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    Let me know if you need any further assistance..

    Author Closing Comment

    Exactly what we needed. Thank you very much.

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