We have a network of primarily Windows 7 (and Windows 8.1) PCs, and we'd like to be able to report on who is the most recent person to have logged on to the various hosts.
We've got SCCM in place; however, that seems to give reasonable "last logged on" times, but we know that the "last logged on user" is a comparative work of fiction.
Is this a known problem with SCCM, or is there something we need to tweak to improve its accuracy? Better still, is this something we can query via LDAP (for example, using
OPENQUERY from SQL Server)?