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Terminal Services Level of Control

Posted on 2007-03-21
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in Terminal services configuration /RDP-TCP properties there is Level of Control with 2 radio buttons
- View the session
- interact with the session.
let's say Interact with the session is selected

If a user is logged on to the terminal server how do I interact with his session as I am admin on the TS server???


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It's been a while. but as I recall, you go into Terminal Services Manager, right click on the session and then select Remote Control.
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All I see when I select Remote Control is : "To end a remote controle session press this key............."
but how do I enable controle remote session so That I can control the session of the remote user in the TS server?
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any updates ????
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in the test environment I can see when I select Remote Control :
 "To end a remote controle session press this key............."

Now I am in the production environment and when I right click on the user session the Remote Controle is grayed out even when I disconnected the user session and logged back on as the user I disconnected the session.
any idea ?????????
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Itried it from the console and it didn't work I guess it needs another RDP session to controle the user session.


Remote Control does not work from the console
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232792
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any updates????
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