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Find Current Logged On Users

I use PSLoggedOn (SysInternals tool) to see who is logged on locally to workstations:

psloggedon.exe \\workstation

Is there a way to perform this task using PowerShell instead of PSLoggedon?

Thanks.

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TropicalBound
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footechCommented:
There's a number of different methods that you can wrap in PowerShell - using WMI, quser, qwinsta, or PsLoggedOn.  Check out this thread and the links contained which contains examples of a few of these.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Powershell/Q_28233927.html
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