To encrypt (not tested it yet on its exact script):
Download: Download details: Script Encoder
Instructions: Script Encoder Syntax
Basically use cmd and type SCRENC <scriptname> <encrypted name (.vbe)>
.vbe is the encrypted extension.
The instructions for the web site element are incorrect they are the instructions for the GPO Scripts can you please correct this, i cant figure out how to install the web site.
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On the tin MS say: "Note that this encoding only prevents casual viewing of your code; it will not prevent the determined hacker from seeing what you've done and how". I can be a seriously determined hacker if required, but didn't have to do anything hard/determined to subsequently decode the vbe here. Well unless a quick google for a decoder counts.
There are a couple of issues I have spotted. Updated details are following soon.
My LoginTracker doesn't contain any usernames or passwords in the VBScript ;)
The Windows username is only used to remotely log off the other machine, so you need a user with just that permission I suppose
@plexer Yes, potentially - you'd have to create another VBScript and run it though and/or be able to send XMLHttpRequests (will be addressed in the next version). But it certainly doesn't reveal domain administration credentials.
The EduGeek one, when it finds multiple logins, gives you the option to remotely log off the other session which obviously can only be ran using appropriate rights.
I will be trying to develop another way to do this which prevents the need also.
Mine was never intended to logoff either current or existing sessions as a primary feature :)
Just downloaded, looks very disappointing.
@ZeroHour and Webman,
Why not pool what you have both done, Login Tracker's Interface looks good, and the reporting side of it would be very useful, and the Edugeek Logon Tracker has the multi logon benefits.
Just a thought :)