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.
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.
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.