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METACORTEX
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ID IP Address of administrator@vsphere.local account signed in

 

My googling this morning my not be up to par.  Is there a way to view the IP Address of the user using an account, example: administrator@vsphere.local?

 

It would appear this morning someone is going some work and can not Identify who is doing it. I think if I kill the session I can view the reconnection inside the vpxd.log showing reconnections, but would like to view information without killing there session.

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Gizzie
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Did you check the vpxd.log file? Normally sessions are logged there.

This CLI from @LucD  might also assist you:

https://www.lucd.info/2012/01/17/get-complete-vcenter-session-info/

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Gizzie
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Did you check the vpxd.log file? Normally sessions are logged there.

This CLI from @LucD  might also assist you:

https://www.lucd.info/2012/01/17/get-complete-vcenter-session-info/

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Yes. But there is too many logins and much information being provided. Why killing the session and watching tail would show the current info once they log back in or if they even do try to log back in. Do not want to disturb the user either for it being a legit connection or tracking down the user from another team that should not be doing the work. 

Looking at the script now. Thank you for that.

 

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