I have a list of computers. I need to find out logged on user or last logged on user on these computers.
Is there any automated way, instead of doing it manually one by one.
Most of the workstations are XP Sp3
What I done is copy that list and transpose the names in excel. Then I copy that to a notepad or word document and replace the tab that is generated by excel with a semi-colon. Maybe not the most efficient
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