Logs of Remote Desktop usage

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Hi,
I have a PC running Windows XP Pro. I want to monitor the usage of Remote
Desktop of my PC. For this I have setup a security audit for Logon/Lgoff
event 528 using gpedit.msc.
But when I am looking at the logged security events I am not able to get the
IP address of the machine from which the logon process through remote desktop
was initiated. I only get a "logon GUID" field.
Is there some way so that I can get to know the "Source Network Address"
through the security events log.

Best Wishes,
-Aayush
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  1. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin (More info?)

    check your .rdp file under my documents this should have the sufficient
    information


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    Doesn't the *.rdp file contains information of the machines to which I have
    connected (as a client) through Remote Desktop. I want some way to figure out
    th eother way way around....i.e. who all people (machine name) have connected
    to my machine (remote desktop server ).

    Anyways thanks for the concern...

    Best Wishes,
    -Aayush

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    > information
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