How to add Terminal Server Manager to MMC on Win XP Pro Workstation.

I have a Windows XP Pro Workstation with all the Adminstrative tools from Server 2003 installed. I have 1 main console with remote desktop connections to 8 servers along with DNS server snap in, DHP server Snap in, AD users & Computers snap in & SQL 2000 server snap in. I would like to add the TSADMIN.exe program to this console so that I can monitor users connecting to 3 of my terminal servers.
yuggolAsked:
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sliiconmanCommented:
Are you not able to add it to the mmc as a snap in?
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yuggolAuthor Commented:
Nope - unless it's listed as something other than 'Terminal Server Management'.
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sliiconmanCommented:
Ahh it is not a snap in if I recall now. Are you able to add it from add\remove programs under windows components? I could be totally wrong here been up for 36 hours and running Vista currently.
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sliiconmanCommented:
Under this link it says you can install it under Terminal Services tools.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314978
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yuggolAuthor Commented:
Already have it installed - was just hoping I could eliminate one more windows from the 17 or so that are open everyday on the taskbar. Just seems that it should be an administrative add-in.
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sliiconmanCommented:
That article may help with some command line tools but if correct ( and it seems so) that the TSM doesn't exist as a snap-in.  Would be nice!

http://aspalliance.com/590_Managing_Terminal_Services_Sessions_Remotely_
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yuggolAuthor Commented:
Although you did not provide a solution, you confirmed my suspicion that Microsoft does a poor job in packaging administrative tools. Thanks
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