If you fail to log in 3 times in a row, you are sure that your username and password are correct, then you should stop logging in and contact customer service.
Ask them if there is a problem with their server or with your account. Remember not to keep trying after several failures, this may cause your account to be closed or cancelled.
· How to See Currently Logged in Users in Windows 10 / 8 / 7 Press the Windows logo key + R simultaneously to open the Run box. Type cmd and press Enter. When the Command Prompt window opens, type query user and press Enter. It will list all users that are currently logged…
· Use powershell, MUCH easier, already instealled, no 3rd party tool required: $computername = ‘SomeMachine-or-IP’ Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem -ComputerName $computername | Select-Object -ExpandProperty UserName. Note that this will always return the user logged on to the physical machine.
· Press Enter. Event Viewer opens. Scroll to Window Logs\Security on the left hand pane. Search for events with the event ID 4624 as these represent successful logon attempts. To find out which particular user logged onto your computer, click on a relevant event ID listed and review the General tab.
· You try to login using Alt+Ctl+Del and enter your credential at that time it will show someone is on this machine do you want to log them off. At this time you don’t know who is logged in. When you press continue then it will show who is logged in but by this time it is too late as user has 30 seconds to respond and the user’s session will be disconnect if user is not paying attention.<o:p></o:p>
· Just open a command prompt and execute: query user /server:server-a. As usual, replace “server-a” with the hostname of the computer you want to remotely view who is logged on. For more information on the query command see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/186592.
· In Windows 7 or 8.1, open Event viewer and navigate to Applications and Services Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> TerminalServices-RemoteCONnectionManager on the left pane in order to view the Remote Desktop connection logs. The Admin section shows each session and the operation shows details about the service itself. RobT.
· In the “Event Viewer” window, in the left-hand pane, navigate to the Windows Logs > Security. Advertisement. In the middle pane, you’ll likely see a number of “Audit Success” events. Windows logs separate details for things like when an account someone signs on with is successfully granted its privileges.