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how find the which user who logged into a computer in a specific time in a domain.

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Hi
We use windows 2008 and XP on our network. Is it possible to find the user who logged into a computer in a specific time.
I have the time and the computer name , but like to know who had used this computer on this time.

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Go to the Security events & there you can find the logon event. You can find the required details from there.
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If you have configured Audit policy then it will display user name who has access server through RDP

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd277403.aspx

Audit login event

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc787567%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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by:titan123
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Are all the user a part of AD. If yes there are some tools along with some technet articles that would help you.

Please update.
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Yes , all the students are part of our AD. Please post me some tools along with technet articles that would be helpful.
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try JiJi Active Directory Monitoring Tool.
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