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Who authenticated me?

Who authenticated me?

On WNT W/S, how can I tell which Domain Controller authenticated my logon.

I would like to know where in the registry it is kept, if at all, and if there
are any utilities that can supply this info.
5 REPLIES
Paul Heffels_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Who authenticated me?

Look for userinfo.ini in your windowsNT ditrectory. In there you will find the
information you need.

Re: Who authenticated me?

There is no such file on my PC.

If I use Kix95, I can issue the LSERVER command that will return the logon
server that authenticated my session. This is what I am looking for.
Joachim Von den driesch
Occasional Visitor

Re: Who authenticated me?

Hi,

there are two ways to determine which domain controller has authenticated your
login:
1. From the command prompt run set and check for the variable LOGONSERVER or
2. open Start, Administrative Tools, Windows NT Diagnostics, Network

Regards
Joachim

Re: Who authenticated me?

Thanks. This is what I was looking for.
Brian_65
Occasional Visitor

Re: Who authenticated me?

There is a way to determine which domain controller has authenticated your
login: under windows 9x operating system.