Re: possible to log when a domain user locks workstation?
Reluctant Sys-Admin wrote:
I have a 2003 Server domain controller and XP workstations. I am trying to
audit when domain users log on and off the domain for the day, however,
certain users are not logging off but simply locking the workstation at the
end of the day and unlocking it the next day. These events do not appear in
the security events log on the domain controller. Is there any way to log
when a user locks a workstation either on the domain controller OR on the
Yes -- use group policy to enable logon/logoff success auditing on the
Basically locking and unlocking a machine doesn't touch the network so
the domain controller will never know -- instead you have to gather
together the audit logs from the workstations.
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