How do I find out who is logged into a domain?
- 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.
Likewise, people ask, how can I tell who is logged into a computer in Active Directory?
Use the Find feature in Active Directory Users and Computers to search for a user account and see which computer they last logged on to. You can also do a search using the description field for *COMPUTERNAME* to find the user that last logged onto a specific computer.
Secondly, how do I get a list of users logged onto a server? Open the Task-Manager and see the users tab. There you will find a list of users and their status. Also you can use the "UserLock" application to see which users logged in. By this 3rd party tool you can manage the session of the users as well as remote desktop sessions.
In this way, how can I tell what computer a user last logged into?
How to Find a User's Last Logon Time
- TIP: The lastlogon attribute is the most accurate way to check active directory users last logon time.
- Step1: Open Active Directory Users and Computers and make sure Advanced features is turned on.
- Step 2: Browse and open the user account.
- Step 3: Click on Attribute Editor.
- Step 4: Scroll down to view the last Logon time.
How do I know if my computer is on a domain?
You can quickly check whether your computer is part of a domain or not. Open the Control Panel, click the System and Security category, and click System. Look under “Computer name, domain and workgroup settings” here. If you see “Domain”: followed by the name of a domain, your computer is joined to a domain.