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    Re: Where else are users logged on?

    You can also use the psloggedon.exe from http://www.sysinternals.com

    I added it my Hyena Toolkit so all I have to do is select a Username and run the tool against it..."cmd /K psloggedon.exe %C1%".

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  • Pete Klimek
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    Re: Where else are users logged on?

    You also could look at the thread titled "How do I tell which PC a user is logged onto?" in this same forum, last post back in December 2002. I suggested another method, using Hyena to generate a batch file that allows you to search for a specific user name.

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    Re: Where else are users logged on?

    In the right window you can select multiple users. Doing a Ctrl-a will select all objects.

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  • MCSEDanny
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    Re: Where else are users logged on?

    Is there a way to do all computers in the domain at once or do you have to select one at a time?

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    Re: Where else are users logged on?

    One option would be to select your computers in Hyena's right window, then right-click and choose View Logged On Users. This will search the registry on each computer to determine which accounts are logged on to each computer.

    The resulting window has a Copy to Clipboard button on it to allow you to paste this data into Excel for further sorting or printing.

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  • MCSEDanny
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    Where else are users logged on?

    Is there a tool that allows you to search the domain and find where else a user is logged on? We have users logging on at more than one workstation and then when they change there password there account gets locked out over and over again. I can't set any policy for this I just need to find what workstation they are logged on at. Thanks for the help.
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