Rob, I am not sure if this solution is enough for you, or not, but... A friend of mine had a similar problem, so he started a script at logon that monitored mouse/keyboard activity. If there were neither for 5 minutes, the workstation logged itself off. This was correlated weekly with the users' supervisor and the users' calendar in outlook/exchange. Policies were such that, excluding emergencies, any requested off-time had to be scheduled two weeks in advance by the user, meetings, etc, could only be scheduled by supervisors, etc. This actually worked quite well in a 400 + call center that was answering the phones 24x7. About 1 year later, the in-house developers started integrating their systems more, and actually integrated call routing with Outlook's Journal. Again, the calendaring and supervisors were involved in correlating the data for validity, but inappropriate changes were more difficult to fake, due to database access records for caller ID pop-ups, etc. I hope this helps. Daniel Curry -----Original Message----- From: Rob Combis [mailto:windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rob Combis Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 11:58 AM To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Events and user tracking Sorry for the re-post but there was some confusion this morning and I would like to ask this question under a different thread. I need to track when a user logs on in the morning and when they log off at night. Also I would like to track when they lock their work station, if possible. Is anybody doing this out there? What can I do? For logon/logoff I can write a script that spits the info to a database. But for workstation locks, I don't know what to do.