How To Detect Who Logged In To Your Computer
Are you living in a dorm or a paying guest accommodation with a single computer system with the system being yours? There are high chances that someone might be log on to your system behind your back and access personal photographs, emails and even your social media accounts just for the fun of it. No need to worry anymore, We at the Windows Customer Support are here to help you keep your PC safe from any unauthorized access.
Our professionals work day and night to ensure that your computer data remains safe from any offline or online attack. The vast team of technical specialists possess the right tools and knowledge to help you keep your PC safe.
Our highly trained professionals at the Microsoft Windows Support have more than 10 years of experience when it comes to providing topnotch technical support. When you will connect with any of our experts, rest assured that your query will be resolved not only at the first call but with a quality solution.
How can I see who has accessed my computer in my absence?
The Audit logon feature in the Professional edition of Windows will help you know both local as well as network login attempts on your computer. Every logon will let you know the user account used for logging in and the time it was active. Our highly skilled professionals at the Microsoft Windows Customer Support have come up with an easy-to-follow guide on how you can check who logged on your computer.
Guide for enabling Logon Auditing on your PC
- In order to activate the Logon Auditing, you will need to use the Local Group Policy Editor. Ask the Microsoft Windows Support experts to know more about this service.
- In order to open the Local Group Policy Editor, go to the Start Menu and in the Search Box type msc and select the file from the result.
- Under the Properties window that will be displayed, enable the Success option to have the Windows log successful logon attempts.
- Next, enable the Failure option in case you want Windows to log failed logon attempts and click OK button once you are done.
- Now, you can close the Local Group Policy Editor
How can I view the logon events on my PC after opening the Local Policy Group Editor?
After opening the Local Group Policy Editor, you need to follow the guidelines mentioned below to view the logon events for your PC.
- Once the Logon Auditing has been enabled, Windows records the logon attempts with the username and time stamp to a Security Log. Connect with the Windows Customer Support experts to know how you can view these files.
- Click on the Start Menu button and type event and click on the Event Viewer
- Under the Event Viewer window, on the left-side pane; move to the Windows Logs and then to Security.
- Next, you will see the number of Audit Success Window logs separate details including when an account someone signs on is granted access. You can now view the events signifying successful login attempts.
- You can easily see the details about a particular event in the bottom of the middle-pane and also double-click on an event to see the complete information.
How can I connect with the Microsoft Windows Support experts?
You can easily connect with the highly skilled and trained Microsoft Customer Support experts via toll-free number at (0-800-820-3300).