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  • Employee Attendance - getting report for first time login

    Hi,

    Is there a way through AD to get first time login details for a day?
    We require IP address/computer name, staff ID and time the users are logged in.

    Regards,
    Anishk

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    Re: Employee Attendance - getting report for first time login

    You can enable auditing of account logon events, then trawl the event logs on your DCs (export to SQL and do some filtering)

    Alternatively, how about a sign-in sheet at reception?
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    • #3
      Re: Employee Attendance - getting report for first time login

      Or if you use logon scripts write the logon time to a text file on the netlogon share, or any other share for that matter.

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      • #4
        Re: Employee Attendance - getting report for first time login

        I agreed with wullieb1 method. It is the easest and simplest way to do a simple batch file at logon. you can chose whatever output you wanted to a share network resource. That is what I have done in my environment.

        You can collect almost anything. I.E User,time stamp, computer, etc...

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