remote desktop

Posted on 2005-04-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
HI Experts,
When you are using REMOTE DESKTOP.
How can you see if there is another user accessing with REMOTE DESKTOP how can you administer this access or disconect it.
Question by:rguillermo
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    on a server??

    start > admin tools >  terminal services manager > drill down to the server in question

    note you can look at other servers and disconnect sessions remotely from here - good if BOTH the connections are taken and you want to BOOT someone off
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    by:Pete Long
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    peterlong answer perfect
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    task manager, users, right click username

    same as TSM but with less functions
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    by:Pete Long

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