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Find Terminal Server Client's IP address

I need to find the IP address of a computer that is being used by a specific user to connect to a terminal server.
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brakk0
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fruhjCommented:
Open Terminal Services Manager,
Then expand your Terminal Server
You'll see RDP-TCP(listener)
Below that you should see RDP-Tcp#xx (userid)  Click that one
On the right pane you'll see processes - click the "information" tab
the 2nd line down is the client pc name, the 6th line down is the client IP address

- Jack
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brakk0Author Commented:
I can't believe I didn't see that. I even looked at that screen.

Thanks.
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BlueCrystalManCommented:
That is the INTERNAL IP address. Is there a way to see the IP address assigned by their ISP of the computer they are connecting from?
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