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User Logon & Logoff

Track users logging in and out of the system with freeware User Logon & Logoff application that is integrated in Automation Workshop Free Edition, a Windows automation software. User Logon & Logoff detects when a particular or any user logs into or out of Windows and initiates the associated Task.

Free user logon & logoff trigger

Oftentimes, it is necessary to perform some operations upon user login or logoff. From tracking of user login & logoff to copying files, sending emails, executing scripts, that all can be done with Automation Workshop Free Edition. Free User Login & Logoff Trigger monitors the system continuously to run the Task as soon as user logs into or out of the system.

Automation examples…

Freeware User logon & logoff trigger detects logins and logouts of Windows users to initiate the automated Task when username and activity match the settings.

  • Record Windows login & logout times.
  • Send email notification about logon or logoff of particular user.
  • Perform file operations or custom scripts whenever user enters or exits the system.

Detailed help…

Detailed overview of free User logon & logoff including the description of minute details is available on the website of commercial version of Automation Workshop.

  • Overview · free User logon & logoff trigger features and usage summary.
  • User · specify to detect particular or all users logging in or out the system.
  • Options · set triggering delay and enable or disable the User logon & logoff trigger.
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