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    Hello,

    We use SBS 2003 Premium SP1 with Windows XP Prof. SP2 cliŽnts. Every evening several users are working on their corporate desktops at our company using RWW. When I (as administrator) log into the server i cannot check which users are logged on to their desktops.
    Is there a utility available for administrators to see (or check) which users are working on which cliŽnt dektops?

    With best regards,

    Victor

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    Re: Monitor Remote Web Workers

    You could use a free command line tool from sysinternals called psloggedon:

    http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsLoggedOn.html

    Run in from the command line and specify the computer name and is will tell you who is logged on locally and via shares etc

    Michael
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      Re: Monitor Remote Web Workers

      That's a great tool thanks for that. Don't suppose anyone knows if there is a tool that tells you all the users that have logged onto a specific computer on the network.

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        Re: Monitor Remote Web Workers

        A very quick way of doing it is to stick the following into a batch file and place it in the start up of the machine in question:

        echo %username% %date% %time% >> c:\users.txt

        This will print the username date and time into a text file.

        If you want it for all machine you could incorporate it into your logon script and export it to a network share somewhere. You may want to add %computername% to also print out the name of the workstation

        This is a just a quick way nodoubt someone will have a better responce

        Michael
        Last edited by m80arm; 19th January 2006, 14:28.
        Michael Armstrong
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          Re: Monitor Remote Web Workers

          If you want it for all machine you could incorporate it into your logon script and export it to a network share somewhere. You may want to add %computername% to also print out the name of the workstation

          This is a just a quick way nodoubt someone will have a better responce
          for example
          echo %username% %computername% %date% %time% >> \\server\share\filename.txt
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