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lanwol86
Engaged Sweeper II
Hi there,

is your information from this post: http://www.lansweeper.com/forum/yaf_postsm31357_Server-unable-to-scan-users.aspx#post31357

still valid?
I wrote a report which gets the login info from table tblCPlogoninfo.

Does this table only contain the logged on user during a computer scan by lansweeper?
So if, let's say, lansweeper scans at 08am and 11am, and there is a different user logged on between 09am and 10am, is this user login grabbed by lansweeper on the 11am scan?

Thanks!
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lanwol86
Engaged Sweeper II
Thanks, that's nice to know.
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
lanwol86 wrote:
Does this table only contain the logged on user during a computer scan by lansweeper?

Yes, it does.

lanwol86 wrote:
So if, let's say, lansweeper scans at 08am and 11am, and there is a different user logged on between 09am and 10am, is this user login grabbed by lansweeper on the 11am scan?

No, the user won't be detected. A user logon event is only added to the database when a user is found to be logged onto a computer during a computer scan. The best way to ensure that all user logons are captured is to scan your machines with LsPush, deployed using a logon script/group policy.

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