Find out which domain user is logged into which workstation on Windows Server

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You can use the method below to find out which domain user is logged into which workstation on Windows Server. Its quick and easy and all you need is Windows powershell and a CMD prompt.

Firstly you need to open a Powershell windows and then run the following command.

(NET SESSION)

This will give you a list of IP addresses and user names.

Find out which domain user is logged into which workstation on Windows Server using windows powershell

No to find out which user is logged in to each machine its simply a case of using the IP address and doing a simple DNS lookup.

Fire up a CMD prompt window, type cmd.exe in the search box and then type the following.

nslookup <IP Address>

IE: nslookup 192.168.69.12

That’s it. This should give you the name of the computer the user is logged into and you already have the other information from the powershell window. So take information from powershell window and the CMD prompt window and you have the machine that user is logged into via its machine name.

192.168.69.12 = HP07 = user: Rach

Hope this helps you.

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