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Windows has a function to detect slow links (defined by the latency). By default, the fast or slow status of a link is based on a test ping to the server. If it takes less than 2000 milliseconds (two seconds), it is considered a fast link. If it takes more time, it is considered a slow link. Group policies, and logins scripts will not be ...
Don't use login scripts, they're archaic. everything you want to do can be done with GP-Preferences these days, especially if you're using win7.
There a couple of easy commands you can use to see what they are currently doing. lastlog #see when the last logged on who #see who currently is connected to the machine ps -U username #shows which processes they are using lsof | grep username #shows what fiels they have in use but this seems more like a management issue or maybe even a trust issue?
To track the time they log in, you don't need to do anything. The last command will tell you when they logged in, even a week and a half later. IT will also tell you when they logged out, which you may find useful. As far as running a command, you can use the .profile file, but the biggest issue with that is many programmers will modify this file to set up ...
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