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Determine which DC a system has used to log in

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tip is useful when you have more then one Domain Controllers in an organization. It helps an administrator determine which Domain Controller a client has used to log in to the domain.

Go to Start --> Run and type %logonserver%\ NETLOGON. This will open the netlogon share of the Domain Controller the client has used to log in.

This was first published in September 2005

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