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How can I find the host name, machine name from where a query was executed

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Last Modified: 2014-05-19
An update was made on a table in database BAC.  I know the approx time this happened.
I need to find out from which machine this  query was made.

The issue is we all use the same userid/password to log in. So the SSID does not help.

I looked into the transaction logs but was not successful. I do have sa privileges.

SELECT *

FROM
    fn_dblog(NULL, NULL)
WHERE    [Operation] = 'LOP_BEGIN_XACT'
    AND [Begin Time]  >= '2014/05/07 05:35:23:053'
 AND [Begin Time] <= '2014/05/07 06:35:23:053'
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