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How can I tell who is actively logged on (locally or remotely) a Windows 7 PC?

From my Windows 7 PC, I want to check to see who is “actively” logged on to another Windows 7 PC on my network, not who connected last. How can this be done? Throughout the day several people will ...
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Remote login in, creating alias, need advice

I usually remote login to the server at my school. I have a user name and password. The command is 'ssh -l username -p port machineName'. (username is mine, port is a number and machineName is the ...
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Login to OS X Server User Account from Local Computer

I have OS X Server installed on a mac mini. I've created several User accounts, one of which is Account Name: Bob Password: abc123 From the Mac Mini's login screen I can choose "Server" (main ...
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Can BitLocker in Windows 7 or 8 notify a server or administrator of password-failures?

There seems to be no significant security consequences to failing login-attempts with BitLocker other than brute-force prevention. Is there a way to have a deployment notify a server or remote user ...
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How do I Log on as Administrator using Remote Desktop?

As title says.. How do I logon as Administrator using remote desktop.. I have a laptop and 3 Dekstop PC's all running windows 7 etc.. I can create accounts on my Desktops and connect to them via ...
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What's the most reliable way to distinguish local from remote logins in .bashrc?

What's the most reliable way to distinguish local from remote logins in .bashrc?
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Connecting to a Mac OS Classic computer over ethernet

I'd like to be able to remote connect in (like SSH) to a Mac Classic laptop to retrieve some files. It's been forever since I've used Classic and I've forgotten everything. Is there a remote login ...
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How come I can't use Screen on a different computer?

When I use putty, login and type "screen", it works. When I use a DIFFERENT computer--a linux based system. I SSH into it through my local machine. Then, I type "screen" , and it displays this ...