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#1 smss

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Posted 07 June 2018 - 09:50 AM

Need a Help. Is there a way to find when was my device disconnected from the network? Unluckily Log data was deleted and the data i want is 4 days old.

I have all my laptop details.



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Posted 07 June 2018 - 09:58 AM

Were the routers logs deleted?

 

Did you try checking in 'Event viewer' for any related event logs on the laptop?


Edited by Replicator, 07 June 2018 - 10:00 AM.

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Posted 07 June 2018 - 10:10 AM

Were the routers logs deleted?

 

Did you try checking in 'Event viewer' for any related event logs on the laptop?

Switch logs are deleted. i do not have the access to the laptop? i need to know the when the laptop was disconnected from my network. i do have details(MAC,IP,...) about the laptop.



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Posted 07 June 2018 - 11:15 AM

 

Were the routers logs deleted?

 

Did you try checking in 'Event viewer' for any related event logs on the laptop?

Switch logs are deleted. i do not have the access to the laptop? i need to know the when the laptop was disconnected from my network. i do have details(MAC,IP,...) about the laptop.

 

 

So are you the owner of the network as you say?

Im guessing your not because as an admin, you would not have deleted the router logs right?

Or more to the point, you dont have access to them.

 

WTF you dont have physical access to the laptop (but you said it was yours?)...... then it must belong to someone else who is connected to the same network you are.....your basically asking if you can hack its log details using MAC/IP information?

Not a good look.

 

This thread just reeks of infiltration intent and it does not add up?

 

Please don't come here and play us for fools.

 

Unless Im way off the mark here, please tell me why Im wrong.

 

Edit: Another college student with a grudge hey?


Edited by Replicator, 07 June 2018 - 11:34 AM.

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Posted 07 June 2018 - 11:40 AM

 

 

Were the routers logs deleted?

 

Did you try checking in 'Event viewer' for any related event logs on the laptop?

Switch logs are deleted. i do not have the access to the laptop? i need to know the when the laptop was disconnected from my network. i do have details(MAC,IP,...) about the laptop.

 

 

So are you the owner of the network as you say?

Im guessing your not because as an admin, you would not have deleted the router logs right?

Or more to the point, you dont have access to them.

 

WTF you dont have physical access to the laptop (but you said it was yours?)...... then it must belong to someone else who is connected to the same network you are.....your basically asking if you can hack its log details using MAC/IP information?

Not a good look.

 

This thread just reeks of infiltration intent and it does not add up?

 

Please don't come here and play us for fools.

 

Unless Im way off the mark here, please tell me why Im wrong.

 

Edit: Another college student with a grudge hey?

 

Listen before you speak, i have lost my laptop. Searching here and there. I kept in where my network was connected, i want to know at what time it got disconnected so i can track when it got missed.






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