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  • How to find out who is logged into a domain

    Hi Guys,

    I have inheritated a domain which I believe is no longer being used.
    Before I shutdown I need to find out the last time someone logged into the domain to make sure 100% that it's no longer in use.

    There a way to do this in AD server 2000



    Many Thanks

  • #2
    Re: How to find out who is logged into a domain

    Computer management>event viewer>security will show the last succesful logins authenticated by the DC. Use the GPO to add/change/remove what is logged. I would set up the GP to log what you want and let it spool for a couple weeks and review it so see if any one has logged in.
    Last edited by georgeeye; 7th July 2009, 17:12. Reason: addidtions and typo correction

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    • #3
      Re: How to find out who is logged into a domain

      You could also use the last logon script

      http://www.rlmueller.net/Last%20Logon.htm

      There is also an add-on that can be registered in ADUC but i cannot for the damn life of me remember what it is.

      ***EDIT***

      Try this

      http://www.petri.com/add_user_accoun...ion_to_dsa.htm

      ***EDIT2***

      or this

      http://www.petri.com/view_additional...on_in_aduc.htm
      Last edited by wullieb1; 8th July 2009, 11:43.

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      • #4
        Re: How to find out who is logged into a domain

        Shut it down and see if the phone rings

        On a more serious note, Wullieb1's suggestion is what I'd do first as well.
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        • #5
          Re: How to find out who is logged into a domain

          To be honest the shut it down option sounds pretty good lol
          the above will no doubt get me through.
          Thanks guys

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