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Does Windows XP log anything about when a network connection is started?
    #14349120 - 04/25/11 03:44 PM (10 years, 21 days ago)

Due to an unfortunate situation, I find myself trying to defend accusations that I wasn't at work when I supposed to be.  The allegations are completely untrue and I'm trying to find anything that can corroborate my side of the story.

I first tried to get the alarm code logs, but unfortunately that's a extra service that they weren't paying for. 

So all I have is my laptop that I typically plug into the network here as soon as I walk in and don't unplug it until I leave.  It also connects to the wireless connection if available, but it often doesn't work and that's why I rely on the ethernet connection.

I saw that I could log connections in the internet settings, but it wasn't enabled.  Is there anything else that may log the dates and times, maybe even IP address, that would show that I was actually here?

I keep it real because I think it is important that a highly esteemed individual such as myself keep it real lest they experience the dreaded spontaneous non-existance of no longer keeping it real. - Hagbard Celine

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Re: Does Windows XP log anything about when a network connection is started? [Re: HagbardCeline]
    #14349141 - 04/25/11 03:48 PM (10 years, 21 days ago)

The network administrator should be able to track which IP addresses were connected to the network at a given time. They should be able to see which MAC address was issued x IP address and then check your MAC.

I don't know of anything on your end that would be able to prove that you were connected at a certain time though.

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