4 Replies Latest reply on May 17, 2016 8:42 AM by bdleedy

    Statut session Windows

    Apprentice

      Hi,

       

      It's possible to make a query to know if a user have a session Windows open or if the PC is in Open Session ?

        • 1. Re: Statut session Windows
          MarXtar ITSMMVPGroup

          Hi, we might be having a language problem.

           

          What do you mean with Open Session?

           

          Do you want to know which machines DO have a user logged in and which DO NOT have a user logged in?

           

          Mark McGinn

          MarXtar Ltd/MarXtar Corporation

          http://landeskone.marxtar.co.uk

          LANDESK One Development Partner

           

          Try MarXtar State Management for LANDESK to Better Understand and Manage your Assets

          • 2. Re: Statut session Windows
            Apprentice

            Do not

             

            Thanks

            • 3. Re: Statut session Windows
              MarXtar ITSMMVPGroup

              OK. There isn't a standard way in LANDESK to see this across all machines at the same time. You only see the information from the last inventory scan. You can use Console Inspector and Real-Time Inventory and Monitoring to see if someone is logged on now, but yo can only look at one machine.

               

              If you would like to see this across all machines, take a look at our State Management plug-in for LANDESK. This is one of the pieces of information it provides.

               

              Mark McGinn

              MarXtar Ltd/MarXtar Corporation

              http://landeskone.marxtar.co.uk

              LANDESK One Development Partner

               

              Try MarXtar State Management for LANDESK to Better Understand and Manage your Assets

              • 4. Re: Statut session Windows
                bdleedy Apprentice

                It doesn't give you a column or anything to report on but it can be very useful.

                 

                Console extender:

                %WINDIR%\system32\cmd.exe

                cmd /k psloggedon \\<Computer.Device Name>

                 

                (psloggedon must be in PATH or change to full path of psloggedon)