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Kentrix provided me with the following script that works at listing the remote login username and computername, but it is not providing the IP address for some reason. Any ideas why?
I am using Terminal Server on a Windows server 2003.  Also, is there any other information that can be gleaned about the remote computer using this script? eg. operating system, servicepak, memory, etc
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I think actually I forgot to mention something for you.
For this utility to work, you should put in in a folder, which is listed as a path in the Windows environment.
I copied the envtscip.exe from the download into the c:\windows\system32 folder, which by default is included in the pach environment.

That means, it can be called from any folder in the Windows session, and the script will also be able to call it.

I think this is going to finally solve it.

Sorry I forgot to mention it before.

/Kent.
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