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Chapter 8.  Sharing and Accessing Networ... > Find out who is connected to your co...

8.2. Find out who is connected to your computer

Although it's more often necessary to know who is connected to a server, it can still be important to know who is accessing your computer even if you're using it as a workstation. Windows 2000 Professional supports up to ten concurrent connections, so you might have as many as ten other users accessing your computer at a given time. Perhaps you need to shut down your system but want to warn others first so they can close open files. Or maybe you just want to keep track for security reasons.

In Windows NT you use the Server object in the Control Panel to determine connections and files in use. In Windows 2000 you use the Computer Management console.


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