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I want to audit a user in our domain on when they have logged in and logged out of the domain for the last week.

Where could I find this information?

Thanks!

Kevin
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On the domain controller(s) in the Security Event Log*.

*Assumes that you had the auditing security policy configured for the last week.
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Is there a way to audit logon/logoff on the local computer itself?
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Yes.  It'll be in the Security Event Log on the local computer, but only for login/logoff events while auditing security policy for login/logoff events is turned on for the local computer.
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Have a look on below given informative blog post:

How to Audit Successful Logon/Logoff and Failed Logons in Active Directory: http://www.lepide.com/blog/audit-successful-logon-logoff-and-failed-logons-in-activedirectory/
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