SCCM 2012 - Determining the most common logged on user?

HI Experts

I've have been asked to find out what the system rule is for  determining the “Common Logged on User” or most frequent user for Workstations in SCCM 2012

Any ideas?
Thanks
Craig
Craig PaulsenSenior Systems EngineerAsked:
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Hi, which report # is thi?s
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Craig PaulsenSenior Systems EngineerAuthor Commented:
apologies for the late reply,
this is a 3rd party tool that extracts the information out of SCCM, similar reports in SCCM that give you this information is as follows:
Hardware 03A – Primary computer users
Hardware 03B – Computers for a specific primary console user
Hardware 04A – Computers with multiple users (shared)
So I'm particular interested in rule/criteria SCCM uses in determining the "Hardware 03A – Primary computer users"
Especially in the scenario where multiple people logs onto the machines
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
You can read the SQL behind the report and get an idea.

I don't have any SCCM server handy today.
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Craig PaulsenSenior Systems EngineerAuthor Commented:
thanks Nagendra Pratap Singh, not really well versed on SQL, so not sure how to do this,
will give it a try, but if you can expand that would be appreciated.
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
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Craig PaulsenSenior Systems EngineerAuthor Commented:
thanks, Nagendra Pratap Singh
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