This can be done on SP15 where enhanced auditing is introduced.
However by going to Administrator Console/Audit/Logged On Users you can see the currently logged users. If you want to see the time the connection was created you must customize the view and add "Created".
i do have enhanced auditing on and I can check the current logged on users, but I would like to find a log file somewhere that shows me a list of log on times in the past. Is there this kind of facility?
Hi Simon, I use copy from audit and paste in Excel to make a graph of per hour logged in users. This because of the concurrent licences together with 4 times as much users then licences. This way i get info when we are too close to the max number of users. Reply for more info. Hope this helps. Lex.
Hi Simon, The copy/paste process is not a 'live' (neither automatic) process. It's done manually on a weekly basis. Due to a automatic logoff in 10 min it is really a lot of data (15000 lines per month, for about 30 users), but i don't know about a better way without using SQL approach. Lex.
I was trying to give screenshots as example but this is too much. I use excel formulas and "draaitabellen" (english? translation says turn tables???? :-) ) to convert the logdata to the number of logged on users. The reliability is very discutable (english?), for example a service restart causes a "not logged logout of users", so my graph starts "drifting" and i have to compensate (reset the number of logged on users) for that event. But again its the only way i know to do this (getting info for use of sessions), and its safe for the database. I'm in for better solutions! You might mail me at lextodbeckmantanobtodnl (replace tod=. and ta=@) Lex.