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I dont see user sessions in terminal service manager

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I have installed the Administrative tools to my client computer..I dont see the users and sessions on a server in terminal service manager..users and sessions appear the blank..
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by:lnkevin
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- Is your server behind the firewall?
- Did you login with Admin right?
- Are Client/server in the same network with DHCP?
- Did you try to access TSM from other server?

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I am seeing the users and sessions on the console terminal server manager when I open terminal server manager on any server from administrative tool by clicking  terminal server manager but I cant see them on the my workstation computer from the console terminal server manager,from administrative tool by clicking terminal server manager..I try to open terminal server manager by running with Ruanas command but the window of RunAs is not comming when I click the button RunAs on the terminal server manager on the my workstation machine..
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terminal server manager when I open terminal server manager on any server from administrative tool by clicking  terminal server....
- Did you login to the server with your same desktop login or domain admin? Do the same login account on your desktop.

 Ruanas command but the window of RunAs is not comming when ....
You cannot runas on TSM you have to login with admin credential instead

Unless your login name is set in domain admin group, you may not be able to use this feature on your desktop with regular user login.

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