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Is it Typical to See 4624 Logons for Other Computers on Network?


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#1 Lxno78

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Posted 07 June 2018 - 05:37 PM

I have been looking through the Security Logs for the Event Viewer (on my desktop computer) and I am noticing 4264 Logons. In these 4624 events, the  workstation names are of a family members laptop and my own laptop. The setup we have is one wifi router, thus connected to the modem. My desktop and one of the laptops are connected, by wire, to the router, the other laptop wireless.

 

I don't know if I'm reading the event right, but my take is that when I or a family member is going onto their laptop, they are sometimes or always also logging into my computer? As well, when I click on Computer > Network (Left Pane), it says I have network discovery turned off. I would have thought this meant I shouldn't see other computers on the network, but I really don't know.


Edited by Lxno78, 07 June 2018 - 05:39 PM.


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