Shows logon statistics for local logins on
remote computers with name, number of logons and bad password count |
Returns logon statistics for all local Windows logins, including invalid logons and successful logon from user login history. This free tool can be used to look at windows account login numbers, review accounts with too many invalid logon attempts, which could indicate attempt to hack into a local Windows accounts, such as attempt to login as Administrator by guessing passwords. You can even create alerts when too many invalid passwords are entered. The query lists user names, number of logons and bad password count.
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Keywords: Windows login, Windows login as administrator, invalid logins, windows login log, user login history, windows account login, too many invalid password attempts, Win32_NetworkLoginProfile,Action1 Logon Statistics.
Find more information on Logon Statistics at Microsoft TechNet.