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lock the computer without logging off on server 2008

Posted on 2013-10-23
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Hello Admins,

               I am trying to track who has locked the computer without logging off on server 2008 Active Directory Domain environment ( ID 4800 Events).

                   Can anybody help me with this.

 Thanks in Advance.
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by:jmcmunn
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http://www.robvanderwoude.com/ntadmincommands.php#Cmd02

There are command line options to see who is logged into a computer.  See this page for many useful commands.

Another example here:
http://www.lambroscomputers.com/remotely-view-who-is-logged-in-from-the-command-line/

You can also log people off remotely if you need to.
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by:w_richard
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Do you want it do it manually or by an application.
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I am looking it manually.
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by:McKnife
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Well... if the person has not logged off, he is still logged on and his name can be found. But how to tell a computer that is abandoned and unlocked from one that is in use?
You should deploy auto-locking after a certain amount of time instead.
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Hi,

  Finally  I resolved my issue by forwarding events to servers and then export those events to CSV format.
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I found the solution myself.
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