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    I have a windows server 2008. I want to view remote user login attempts(failure/success) on a file test/Xml or any other format.

    I also enable Audit logon events fromComputer Configuration\Policies\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Audit Policy\ Audit logon events.

    I can view users login attempt through event viewer in windows logs\security. Filter Event level: information.
    But this is not a easy way to monitor remote users.

    If a text file contain login information created automatically on daily basis, it will be very helpful.

    Tell me if this possible ?

  • #2
    Re: view remote user login attempts on a file

    Anything is possible.

    Powershell can be used to collect the event logs from the server.

    Logon scripts can be edited to write to a text file.

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    • #3
      Re: view remote user login attempts on a file

      Thanks for the response.

      What power shell query should i used. How can i do it ?

      Please tell me some sample example.
      Last edited by J_Jackson; 27th January 2015, 19:39. Reason: adding explaination

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      • #4
        Re: view remote user login attempts on a file

        Originally posted by J_Jackson View Post
        Thanks for the response.

        What power shell query should i used. How can i do it ?

        Please tell me some sample example.
        No. I've pointed you in the right direction now you need to go and do your own research.

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        • #5
          Re: view remote user login attempts on a file

          Thanks for your help.
          It takes me almost 3 days to found the solution also I discover some important power-shell query.

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          • #6
            Re: view remote user login attempts on a file

            Originally posted by J_Jackson View Post
            Thanks for your help.
            It takes me almost 3 days to found the solution also I discover some important power-shell query.
            No problem.

            An issue researched by you ingrains the knowledge deeper than just reading from a forum.

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