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This is probably a real easy question but how do you find out who is attached to the system at any one time...
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    This is probably a real easy question but how do you find out who is attached to the system at any one time

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    I use a program called whowatch., it is extremely usefull.

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    rusers

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    thx

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    The basic command is really "who".

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    Like Dolda said

    who is good and the last command you can see who has been logged on to the system.

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