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Using Command Prompt... can you see all of the users who are logged on a network?

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closed as not a real question by EEAA, gravyface, jscott, Dennis Williamson, Sven Mar 1 '11 at 2:49

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How about you tell us what the "network" is. Is it a Windows domain, or a Windows TS environment. Is it a single Unix multi-user system, or is it a group of machines using the same auth mechanism? If so, what's that mechanism? – mfinni Mar 1 '11 at 1:02
How about... I got it answered. Haha :-) – naknode Aug 27 '12 at 22:24
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You may find some of the following commands helpful:

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thanks! sadly.. I am on Vista 64 bit... – naknode Mar 1 '11 at 1:38

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