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How could I know which domain computer a specific user logged in before

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I am a system admin here. If I want to know which machine a specific user (i know the user's domain name) has logged in before, how could I do it from AC.

I know from some network audit tool you can see the login history of a domain account, which software is the best one.

Currently, I don't have any software installed, how could I do it by checking AC?

thanks.
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Question by:Jason Yu
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Sysinternals PSloggedon with username switch will display list of computers the User has logged on
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You need to have auditing enabled.

I would highly recommend using Lepide Autitor for Active Directory.
http://www.lepide.com/lepideauditor/active-directory.html

Will.
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It gave me results like below:

C:\Systernal Suite>psloggedon jasony

PsLoggedon v1.34 - See who's logged on
Copyright (C) 2000-2010 Mark Russinovich
Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com

^C
C:\Systernal Suite>
C:\Systernal Suite>
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how to use this command if I want to check user jasony and in the domain testdomain.

thanks.
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Have you tried  "psloggedon domain\username"  ???
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