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Monitor Windows logins

By reggaethecat ·
Hi

Does anyone know of any tools which can send an alert when a user logs into a Windows domain?

We would like to know if a particular user or users tries to log in out of hours, or from home.

Thanks in advance

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Yeah - check your logs.

by seanferd In reply to Monitor Windows logins

AD logs all that stuff. I suppose you could write a script to email you or something. There is an entire administrative alerts subsystem service built into Windows.

Third party apps? You'll have just as much luck doing a search as I would, so I'll just leave this for anyone else who knows of an existing product.

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Try looking here

by OH Smeg In reply to Monitor Windows logins
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Thanks Smeg

by reggaethecat In reply to Try looking here

I wish I'd thought of that. Funny though.

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Your Welcome NT

by OH Smeg In reply to Thanks Smeg
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Techrepublic or Google? That is the question

by rjluvkc In reply to Try looking here

That was pretty funny, :) but I wonder if this person chose Techrepublic to get their answer because they felt they would get a better response than they would with Google? Should all tech related questions now be deferred to google? What would happen to this site?

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It's about picking the right keywords

by TobiF In reply to Techrepublic or Google? T ...

Some questions are so well formulated that they would get a good result over at google.

But when you don't know what you're looking for, then google doesn't help. (Interesting, what would I get if I googled "Is my mother broad cooked", for instance. :)

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For what it's worth

by reggaethecat In reply to Try looking here

I tried Google. But looking through millions of results isn't a great use of my time. So I thought I'd pick the brains of m fellow professionals on TR as someone may already have had this requirement.

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