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Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use
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Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

(OP)
Hello,
How can I tell who is logged into a win2000 server?
Which management consoles should I use, also, any commands.
Thanks,
-Hallux

RE: Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

I know Hyena can do this.

Greetz,
Fre

RE: Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

You can look at open sessions by going into computer management - system tools - shared folders -sessions.
 I don't know if that is what you are looking for, but I hope it helps.

 Jamie

RE: Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

(OP)
Thanks, that is what I needed!
-Hallux

RE: Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

You can also go to a command prompt and type "net session". This comes in handy if you need it for a script.

RE: Who is logged into the server? Which commands to use

Or download the pstools suite from www.sysinternals.com and use

psloggedon \\<servername>

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