I need to do a little customization in network.
I have a server 2008R2, placed in another network, can have multiple sessions.
Multiple users access it at the same time and resolving the actual user from the name of system become tough every time.
Sessions can be active whether user is still connected or not.
So the scenario is:
Two systems PC1 & PC2 and a server S1 Two users U1 and U2 U1 connects to S1 from PC1 then U2 from PC2 Now U2 wants to perform any server/system related operation on S1 so he needs to inform another user but when he goes to task manager to see active sessions he finds that **someone** has connected to S1 through PC1 (but not the exact username) and if U1 has been disconnected U2 needs to find manually who is using PC1. Management becomes more complex when user increases.
I can not also rename PC1 to reflect U1 as U1 might be temporary account.
Is it possible to hold dual identification in local dns server or any other way to map system to username?
It will be great if it is possible for any remote app service.