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Lan Pc Login time [message #183959] Fri, 29 November 2013 01:27 Go to next message
amitjaluf is currently offline  amitjaluf
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Hi,

I have a Small office. and i have 5 PC there. i in bit concer about the Programming in PHP i want to get the Login Time of All my PC on Lan.

my question is :- "How to Get the Lan System Login time at lan"


i use the
echo system("systeminfo | find /i 'Boot Time'");

it works fine for my Pc and Shows the Login Time of My Server
what should i Do for the Client?

Please help Me

Thanks
Re: Lan Pc Login time [message #183960 is a reply to message #183959] Fri, 29 November 2013 01:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 29/11/13 07:27, Andy wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a Small office. and i have 5 PC there. i in bit concer about the Programming in PHP i want to get the Login Time of All my PC on Lan.
>
> my question is :- "How to Get the Lan System Login time at lan"
>
>
> i use the
> echo system("systeminfo | find /i 'Boot Time'");
>
> it works fine for my Pc and Shows the Login Time of My Server
> what should i Do for the Client?

No real help for you here, as I woudl have used who, but that ain't
supported in your installation.

If you are thinking of monitoring your computers, I would just recommend
you to use nagios or icinga, there is no point in trying to reinvent the
wheel when there is professional open source solutions which already do
the job well.

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//Aho
Re: Lan Pc Login time [message #183961 is a reply to message #183960] Fri, 29 November 2013 02:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks J.O

i dont want ot install any software. is there any way to find it. i am not a programmer but want the solution of my problem... i m using windows not Linux so where should i start...
Re: Lan Pc Login time [message #183964 is a reply to message #183961] Fri, 29 November 2013 07:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jerry Stuckle is currently offline  Jerry Stuckle
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On 11/29/2013 2:16 AM, Andy wrote:
> Thanks J.O
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> i dont want ot install any software. is there any way to find it. i am not a programmer but want the solution of my problem... i m using windows not Linux so where should i start...
>

As J.O. said. Get one of the packages made to do this. Your other
alternative would be to hire a programmer to do it for you. Either way
you'll have to install software.

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Re: Lan Pc Login time [message #183994 is a reply to message #183959] Sun, 01 December 2013 08:20 Go to previous message
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Andy wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a Small office. and i have 5 PC there. i in bit concer about the
> Programming in PHP i want to get the Login Time of All my PC on Lan.
>
> my question is :- "How to Get the Lan System Login time at lan"
>
>
> i use the echo system("systeminfo | find /i 'Boot Time'");
>
> it works fine for my Pc and Shows the Login Time of My Server what
> should i Do for the Client?
>
> Please help Me

Use Task Scheduler on the nodes to send a message to your host for login
events.
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