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PowerShell offers multiple options for connecting as a different Windows Account that are not directly related to SQL Server, if SQL Login is just not an option. You can look into commands like "Invoke-Command" or "Start-Process", these provide an option to also pass in a Windows credential.
The Get-EventLog cmdlet gets events and event logs from local and remote computers. By default, Get-EventLog gets logs from the local computer. To get logs from remote computers, use the ComputerName parameter. You can use the Get-EventLog parameters and property values to search for events. The cmdlet gets events that match the specified property values.
Log on to Windows Server 2012 with local administrative privileges. Open a PowerShell window using the icon on the desktop Taskbar. Type Import-Module ActiveDirectory and press Enter .
Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to discover logon session information for remote computers. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, here. This week we will have one guest blogger for the entire week. Sean Kearney has written a series of blog posts about Windows PowerShell and the Legacy.
You can leverage PowerShell to get last logon information such as the last successful or failed interactive logon timestamps and the number of failed interactive logons of users to Active Directory. In this post, I explain a couple of examples for the Get-ADUser cmdlet.