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hai everybody,

 im doing a project on windows networking.


             i have to track login time and logout time for every user, connected to my server. It should not be a webbased one.
i have to maintain this as a database. I have to do it in Visual Basic or Visual c++ (.Net). And also current user's list in my server.

 I have tried , like NetServerEnum , all functions in msdn.
 But i didn't get correct result.

 i have also used "ADSI" like


 But i can't get LastLogoff time.

 Questios :

 1 . How to get last logoff time ?
 2 . How and when to run the programe ( Because i have to get login time . so it should be run , when user logged in)

 3 . How to get login,logout time for every user?
 4 . How to get current user's list in my server?
 5 . Give me the solution in Visual.Net based.


           Give me ideas about the project

 my email id : [email protected]

 Advance thanks to you.

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