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I am a software developer and while I was working on some code I believe someone may have accessed my computer via Dameware, either on accident or purposefully, and ended up deleting some code. I am wondering if it is possible to see who had logged on to the computer during this time, or if there is a log of Dameware activity stored on my computer somewhere?

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You can find this in the Windows System Logs -- Computer Management / Event Viewer / Windows Logs / Application

Look for Event ID 111 (Source:dwmrcs)

When you look at the details of the event you will see the Computer & User Name of the person that connected.

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Diagnostics tool for DRS/MRC consoles is called Remote Support Diagnostic. It can be found in the Windows menu.

Click Start > All Programs \Solarwinds\DameWare Remote Support\Help\Support Tools > Remote Support Diagnostics

After executing it, just click Start and it will collect all logs and pack them into .zip file.

  • What if I do not have the particular folder? I am not seeing Solarwinds or DameWare in my program files. – PhoenixFly Sep 30 '16 at 16:08
  • @PhoenixFly what rdp client is being used then? – Mr. Hargrove Sep 30 '16 at 16:09
  • It is DameWare that is being used, but I am assuming the specific program file is being stored elsewhere? Is that possible? – PhoenixFly Sep 30 '16 at 16:13
  • @PhoenixFly have you checked your program files? And if applicable program files (x86). – Mr. Hargrove Sep 30 '16 at 16:14

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