Terminal Server Logins

From: TwistedPair (twistedpair@mail.com)
Date: 12/18/02

From: "TwistedPair" <twistedpair@mail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 08:18:39 -0800

Hi all,
What is the best way to track terminal server logins from the even log? I
know that local logins are type 2, but when logging in through terminal
server, I don't see any type 2 logins perhaps because Windows doesn't
consider a virtual shell to be a local login. In fact there are no logins
shown at all, and I have that audit setting checked for success and failure.


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