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By Skylermat ·
Hi Friends,
I was hoping one of you can help me out. Is there a way that i can identify the current user who is logon to a particular pc. I have the computer name and ip address of the computer, i want to know who is currently login to that computer. I would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you very much.

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by Skylermat In reply to Who are you?

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by voldar In reply to Who are you?

This question has been answered several times. Anyway, the easiest way for doing that is using the command line psloggedon.exe from www.sysinternals.com.

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by voldar In reply to

You are right squick.geo, but it seams that not everytime the "<03> logged on username" appears when you use nbtstat -a. At least, I used it a lot, but sometimes, it gave me nothing.

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by Eric9 In reply to Who are you?

If these are standard Windows 2000 PCs on a domain without any odd configurations you can go to a command prompt and type "nbtstat -a <IP>" and that will give you the username of the currently logged in user. No need to download any third party utilities.

Eric

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by Baadil In reply to Who are you?

If you want to extract user name via a batch file/login script you could use SET command to display all the veriables and then simply extract the USERNAME line.

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