How can I tell who is logged into a remote computer?
- Hold down the Windows Key, and press “R” to bring up the Run window.
- Type “CMD“, then press “Enter” to open a command prompt.
- At the command prompt, type the following then press “Enter“: query user /server:computername.
- The computer name or domain followed by the username is displayed.
Simply so, how can I tell if someone else is logged into my computer?
How to Check the Windows Event Viewer
- Head to the Start menu and type "Event Viewer" in the search box.
- Double click on Windows Logs in the left sidebar, then click on System.
- Right click on System and choose Filter Current Log.
- In the window that pops up, look for the Event Sources drop down.
Secondly, how do I find out who is logged into a domain? To check:
- Open the Start menu, then type cmd in the Search box and press Enter.
- In the command line window that appears, type set user and press Enter.
- Look at the USERDOMAIN: entry. If the user domain contains your computer's name, you're logged in to the computer.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how can I tell who is logged into a computer using PowerShell?
With PowerShell, getting the account information for a logged-on user of a Windows machine is easy, since the username is readily available using the Win32_ComputerSystem WMI instance. This can be retrieved via PowerShell by using either the Get-CimInstance or Get-WmiObject cmdlet.
How do I stop someone remotely accessing my computer?
Open System and Security. Choose System in the right panel. Select Remote Settings from the left pane to open the System Properties dialog box for the Remote tab. Click Don't Allow Connections to This Computer and then click OK.