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Ok... I work in hotel and one of my designated tasks is maintaining our guest computers. I would like a to implement a system of accounts so I can manage who used the computer when. Is there anyway of setting something like this up?

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Maybe I wasnt clear enough. I want to be able to see individual logon user accounts. such as "# 5:logon 2:30pm, # 22:logon 3:45am, # 1, ect... I imagine I would need some kind of special software to do this I just dont if I do. And if I do, what kind.


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You may need some hardware firewall like sonicwall or a proxy server to monitor these traffic.

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Yes. I didn't read his second post properly. If he is only concern with the logon and logoff, auditing via policies will be sufficient.

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im sure there is software available to do this.. give google a try

how many computers are we talking about? how many users? desktops or laptops.. any netowrk?

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Its just one desktop. There could be as many as 72 different guests that could log onto the computer.

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Thanks Mad Dog I had no idea what the event viewer was used for. I guess it's name should have given it away.

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Sorry for not being in more detail I was tired as I am now.

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