Basically we have a windows domain and all workstation are WinXP. The users logon to different workstations each time .
For example lets say we have workstations (WS01, WS02) and users (U01, U02)
U01 may use WS01 on Sunday and on Mandy he may use WS02.
I need a way to find out:
1- which user is loged on WS01 or
2- Which workstation is U01 currently using
is there a command in windows to find this? without installing a third party software.
I created a script that assists with this, and may work for you. It basically searches file servers / any server where a user may have a network session, and performs a remote "net session" and searches for the username you're after. It works very well for me. I've also added a load of other features (automatic remote assistance etc etc)
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