Loging command

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  • #72742

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    Hi Guys

    Can anyone advice how to set Powershell logs.
    I need history of all PS commands there were used by all users on selected workstatios
    I need those commands to be exported to the file with the following:
    Id CommandLine ExecutionStatus Username Workstation StartExecutionTime EndExecutionTime

    Thanks for your help

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    Start here: https://www.fireeye.com/blog/threat-research/2016/02/greater_visibilityt.html

    Lee Holmes, one of the PowerShell team members, has also written on this (Google, "Lee Holmes PowerShell Logging"). He did a session on it at PowerShell Summit 2015 or 2016, and the videos would be at YouTube.com/PowerShellorg.

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      Thanks Don this is what I need it 🙂

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