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How do I check to see who is logged onto a Windows 2000 server?

How do I check to see who is logged onto a Windows 2000 server?
An NBTSTAT command can be used to see who is currently logged onto any Windows system that is still using NetBIOS (all are by default, even Windows 2000). A NBTSTAT -A [IP address] will list the contents of the NetBIOS name table on the target system. The name beside the [03] marker (the NetBIOS 16th character) is the current or last user. See Knowledge Base article Q163409, NetBIOS Suffixes (16th Character of the NetBIOS Name) for more details on the NetBIOS 16th character.
This was last published in March 2003

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