The answer here isn't specific to Terminal Services, since that's just another way of monitoring domain logons....
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What you can do is enable security logging and then view those logon attempts in the Event Viewer. Just be warned: logging all logon attempts -- successful or not -- will generate a lot of events to sort through.
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