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What is the Terminal Services Manager (TSADMIN.EXE) Equivalent under Windows Server 2008

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Under Windows Server 2000/2003 you can check who else is logged onto the server
by using the Terminal Service Manager app (TSADMIN.EXE). What is the equivalent
under Windows Server 2008 and how can this be installed?
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qwinsta.exe from command line will work
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Hi netimpact,

tsadmin.msc, it should be installed by default.

HTH

Toni
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