How To find OutWhat User Is Logged On To Which PC

I'm looking for either a command to run, or some free software, that can be run on my network, that will tell me what PC's are on on my network (all Windows PC's), and who is logged in to the PC

Any help would be appreciated with this

Chuck
davemcclintock123Asked:
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Connor HutchinsonCommented:
Hi Chuck,

Spiceworks is a good piece of software for what you are looking for: http://www.spiceworks.com/

There are also commands such as ipconfig/all which will display all of the networked PCs.

With Regards,
Connor
FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
download pstools and used psloggedon to find out who is logged on to what computers

latest version of pstools:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/pstools.aspx

info for psloggedon:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/psloggedon.aspx
davemcclintock123Author Commented:
Connor, I'll look into Spiceworks, but ipconfig/all only displays the network info for the PC you type the command in to.

Foxluv, the tools you suggested, don't scan the network.  I have to type in each username, and run it.  That's very time consuming.  I'm looking for something that will scan the network for me, and return the info i need.  NBTScan is supposed to do it, but I can't find it anywhere

Chuck
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Connor HutchinsonCommented:
Another Method is to use your server manager on the server, go to tools and find computer management. It's a bit of a messy method but you can use it to see who is accessing files on the network and from which PC if I remember correctly.
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Nbtscan
Have you tried this link?
http://unixwiz.net/tools/nbtscan.html
davemcclintock123Author Commented:
NVIT,

I mistated, I found NBTScan, and it was on the link you sent, but it no longer has an option to return logged on users.  I had found an article that said to type in   nbtscan -A 192.168.0.0/24 (or whatever the subnet info is), and it would scan that range, and report back the name of every PC with an iP Address in the range, and who was currently logged on.  Apparently it no loger supports that option
davemcclintock123Author Commented:
Foxluv,

Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for!

Chuck
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