Notifications about windows sessions

Hello, colleagues!
I would like to have notifications in tray about active sessions.
I found a free software (ShareWatch) that gives an ability to view active sessions in tray, but there is no notifications.
Maybe you know any solutions?
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Can you ensure that the program is not hidden in the tray and if it is then unhide it.

Click the arrow next to the notification area, and then drag the icon you want to move to the notification area. You can drag as many hidden icons to the notification area as you want.
adromanAuthor Commented:
Of course i've checked "always show all icons and notifications in taskbar", maybe I was not clear in my first message - the program "ShareWatch" has an ability to stay in tray, but there is no option to enable notification, the utility just doesn't support this feature.
All i want is to find an application that does support notifications about active sessions in tray.
And if it's not free, I'm ready to buy :)
How should the output look like? A tray icon ain't enough, I guess.
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adromanAuthor Commented:
I need tray icon that informs me about active connections by changing icon, or by pop-up notification like at screenshot
There will be firewall applications that have things like that incorporated, but I don't know which.
If I would have to find a way for free, I would setup file share auditing and setup an event trigger, so whenever an eventlog entry is created, I would start the command net sessions and display all sessions and their connection time in a shell. Seeing these details in a tray icon would be too tiny for me.
adromanAuthor Commented:
Could you plz explain how to do it with C$ share?
May I ask why you are trying to monitor c$?
c$ can only be accessed by admins. If you don't trust your admins, you are lost. There's no way to control them effectively but to take away their administrative rights.

You should have added what step you need help with.
Auditing file shares:
Setting up eventlog triggers:

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adromanAuthor Commented:
Thank You! Now I'm able to create a trigger for this event!
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