How to record number of users on a public access setting

I have a client that needs to gather some non granular data on public access computers.  The setting is in a library and the needs are for very general reporting.  Destinations of searches and sites visited are not of interest.  The needs are to be able to report how many people used  the computers to access the internet, and how many people may have used a personal device to access the internet.

The data is required by administration of the library to present to various government requests for public access and eventually some funding applications.

The network is a peer to peer arrangement.
If there was a way to make each person log out and log back in, is there any feature withing Windows 10 that would count how many logins occured over a specific period of time.  the reporting criteria now is yearly, but it may be beneficial to do weekly or even daily reporting for some periods.

Is anyone aware of any 3rd party applications that may provide this type of data.

The computers are windows 10 and are in a wired network environment.  The routers are consumer level devices.  The computers are all running Windows 10 PRO.
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Russ SuterSenior Software DeveloperCommented:
Are the computers part of a domain? If so then the domain controller would have a record of every login attempt throughout the domain. Collecting that data would be trivial.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
This really depends upon your environment. You should have something in place.. i.e. a user enters their library card number and pin when using the public access computer.  It is trivial to log this information somewhere and put the details into a database then query the database to find out usage

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