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Old 03-26-2014
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Hi folks,

I have the basic query that there are 3 unix boxes having their individual access now in my team there are 4 members who are using the same credentials to access those 3 boxes through putty ssh from their windows desktop , now if i want to check which 4 members have executed the different command from their machines , i will also log through putty ssh client to those 4 individual boxes and issue history command , can you also please advise the command by which I can also track that the command issued + the machine name from which the command is issued hat is along with the command their windows machine name get also be tracked so that i can know which individual is executed which command..!!SmilieSmilie
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Old 03-26-2014
You can redirect user's history to different server over NFS . User shell might be slow some times.

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