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Tracking Logon and Logoff of Users

By bteerlin ·
Is there a way on a Windows 2000 Professional system on a peer-to-peer network to track when a user logs on and logs off by date anbd time?

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by R. A. Caluste In reply to Tracking Logon and Logoff ...

Go to control panel/administrative tools/local security settings

under local policies/audit policy, enable
a) account logon events
b) logon events

any successful attempt to logon will show in your event viewer (also at the administrative tools)

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by bteerlin In reply to Tracking Logon and Logoff ...

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by Gigelul In reply to Tracking Logon and Logoff ...

In addition to answer1.
Only seperate on each workstations.
To centralize these events you must use additional tools like <dumpel.exe> which can collect these events to a text file or <logevent.exe> which can write a event to a computer. These tools are from resource kit (I use NT4.0 but I think that these works also in Win2000)
You can download these from:
http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/nts/downloads/recommended/ntkit/default.asp

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