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    Graph user logons

    Anyone discovered an easy way to export logon/logoff data from event logs for specific groups of users and graph when and where they're logging on from for the last X amount of time, with an average time spent?

    (Related to work/life balance concerns).

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    There is a script posted by @FN-GM
    here Who has logged on where?

    Which will tell you when and where users login. This will then tell you how long they were logged in for.
    Doesnt mean they actually worked on the PC for all that time as they could have logged it on and then went elsewhere.

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    The locations they're connecting from have an inactivity timeout enforced, so that's not really an issue. While the script does work on RealComputers, I'm more concerned about remote access and bizarro device access and I can only reliably pull that from auth logs.
    Last edited by pete; 27th June 2012 at 11:28 AM.

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    That could work, with a bit of massaging of the output, cheers.

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