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User Logon Auditing

Postby amacbeth.gravitas » Tue May 17, 2011 2:30 pm

We have a client that would like us to create a report that lists the logon/logoff activity of their staff. LabTech tracks the user that is currently logged on as well as the last logon. Does LabTech keep the time for these logons? Is this possible thru the current system or would there be a need for outside scripts?
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Re: User Logon Auditing

Postby bushbomb » Fri May 20, 2011 3:11 pm

I'm curious also.
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Re: User Logon Auditing

Postby rich.marlattts » Sat Jun 18, 2011 10:24 am

This would be a great feature!
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Re: User Logon Auditing

Postby jagnew.ignitionmsp » Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:22 am

Not sure about it out of the box, but I'm sure you could accomplish this via some sort of event log monitor. Every Successful PC logon is logged in the Security event log on the PC's and likewise on DC's for ever successful domain logon.

It would be complex, but I'm sure you could create some sort of log based on looking for specific event id's related to successful logon.
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Re: User Logon Auditing

Postby kenw.kmsi » Mon May 21, 2012 11:35 am

Back in the days of logon scripts, I used to log every interactive user logon to a central log file, logging who, where, when and how, plus a few details like whether the user had admin rights. It was very handy, and I miss it.

This strikes me as a really good thing to have in LabTech: tracking every user logon at a site, regardless of which system it was done on.

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Re: User Logon Auditing

Postby achaudhary.labtechsoftware » Fri Nov 29, 2013 10:55 pm

Labtech does keep every information about your remote computer but it is important how you extract it. The best way to check the list of logged in users and their time of login would be the event logs. You might need to create a script to get the list of what you are looking for. Our Consulting department might help you to create a script for that.

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