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Old February 16th, 2006, 09:17 PM
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how am i going to list out to those using sql server, so far i only know how many user logon but i dunno who logon the SQL server.
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try using the sp_who system stored proc. it is used as follows:

EXEC sp_who

This will tell you who is logged on, and to what database, adn from what computer.

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sp_who2 is also revealing: it shows almost all the same columns but adds CPUTime, DiskIO, LastBatch, and Program Name.

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i need to know which pc connected to my SQL server.
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Hi,
simply:
SELECT loginame, hostname, db_name(dbid) FROM master.dbo.sysprocesses

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