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Hi I work in an office with many Windows computers in a Windows domain. I think my user account is logged into several of them, but I forget which ones. I'd like to log out. How can I list which computers my user account is logged in to? And how can I log out from all of them?

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I don't think as a normal user you can find this information this would require the assistance of your administrator. – Ramhound Aug 16 '12 at 10:54

Go to Event Viewer

Windows Button > eventvwr > Enter Button

From there use the Log Filter appropriately to access your user login information:

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Thanks but I think you read my question backwards. I would like to know 'which other computers is my user logged in to?', not 'which other users are logged in to my computer?' – Colonel Panic Aug 16 '12 at 11:09
    
You are right! I edited my answer appropriately. – Bobster Aug 16 '12 at 11:22

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