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Hi,

In Windows 2000 Advanced Server + SP4 where  can we find who is connected through remote access.

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Sharath
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What exactly do you mean?

If you're looking specifically for Terminal Services users, you can use the Terminal Services Manager applet under Administrative Tools.

If you're looking for users w/ open connections/files, you can use Computer Management.  Look under Shared Folders and you can see who is using shares on the server.

You can also download and use PSLoggedOn from SysInternals (now part of Microsoft) and run it against the server to see who is logged on both locally and via resource shares.   http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/psloggedon.mspx
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