[windows2000] Re: Events and user tracking

  • From: "Rob Combis" <rcombis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 16:22:01 -0400

If it is not possible, it is not possible, what can I do.  I just think it is 
kind of strange that there is no way to track this in Active Directory.  It is 
just kind of baffling.  Even to track when a user logs on and off, needs a 
separate application (custome or not).  It just seems that this has to be 
possible.  Oh well

        -----Original Message----- 
        From: Costanzo, Ray [mailto:rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Mon 9/8/2003 3:36 PM 
        To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
        Subject: [windows2000] Re: Events and user tracking

        I don't believe that locking the workstation is a trappable event.  If
        you force authentication to unlock, ~maybe~ that would get you
        somewhere, but I doubt it.  Is "this is not possible using the current
        Windows operating system" an acceptable answer?
        Ray at work
        -----Original Message-----
        From: Rob Combis [mailto:windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
        Rob Combis
        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.
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