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Finding which clients are connected to my active directory

By masoodsharif ·
Hi all,
I m using Windows 2003 Server with service pack 2 and active directory installed on it.
Problem is that we can find only those users who are connected through thin clients with my server.

I want to know that how many users are connected with my server whether they are from thin client and from clients/workstation.

Can any one help me that how can i find users who are working on workstations?

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Active Sessions

by Fred123456 In reply to Finding which clients are ...

If you are only using one server the easiest thing to do is look at active sessions in the Computer Management snapin. Look in the Shared folders tree under Sessions.

Otherwise you'll need to script something that will look for all PCs/Users currently logged in to the domain.

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Multiple servers

by masoodsharif In reply to Active Sessions

What kind of script i need for looking after clients of multiple servers

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Enumerate your PC's in AD then....

by Fred123456 In reply to Multiple servers

I don't have a simple solution for you, since I haven't written a script to do the job.
But off the top of my head you'll have to enumerate all PC's in AD and ping them for a response. Then check each PC to see if a user is logged in.

The website http://www.visualbasicscript.com/ should be able to help with examples from users who need it.

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Any utility?

by masoodsharif In reply to Enumerate your PC's in AD ...

Dear, do u know any kind of utility which serve my purpose?

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