In a Windows Server 2003 network with domain, is it possible to obtain the IP address or PC name only with username? Using Windows cmd.exe commands from any client on the network.
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No, this is not possible as asked, primarily because user-accounts/usernames do not have IP addresses or PCs.
Users, on the other hand, often have have PCs, which may be assigned IP addresses, and if that's what you're trying to track, it is possible to track down the IP address of the PC that a given username logs into or accesses over the network.
However, this involves reading logs (start on the Domain Controller(s)), rather than expecting an arbitrary instance of
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