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Network Places

Need help with a script that would pull what users have in their network places. I need to know if certain users are accessing a certain server. Any help would be great.

Thanks

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Posted by: cdupuis 16 years ago
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If your using win2k you could always turn on security logging.
Posted by: cmattioli 16 years ago
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It is on XP workstations.
Posted by: cdupuis 16 years ago
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Are they logging into a win2k server? If so setup security auditing on the server in question, then it will log all connections to the event log.
Posted by: cmattioli 16 years ago
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They are logging on to 2003 server. The 2003 server is then linked to a novell server through a trust. The novell server is getting switched over to windows.
Posted by: cdupuis 16 years ago
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I take it you want to determine who is connecting to the Novell Server? There might be a logging feature, but not that I can help you with.
Posted by: Garrett 16 years ago
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Kind of late with the post but if people seach the forum at a later date maybe this will help them.


Set objShell = WScript.CreateObject("Shell.Application")
set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(&H13&)
set colFolderItems = objFolder.Items
For each objItem in colFolderItems
strItems = strItems & objItem & vbCrLf
Next
msgbox strItems
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