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    I need to know if computers are being used

    Hello all,
    I am looking for a free / cheapish solution to let me know how many times a computer is logged into. Who logs into it is not important, preferably I want a sheet of numbers with "X logins since X" and it has to be easy to read and saved to a shared area. Any suggestions?

    Thanks all

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    Doesn't webmans login tracker allow you to do that? I think it was webmans.

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    Have a look at this thread:

    Link: Who has logged on where?

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    Looks good. Thank you

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