Determine originating ip address of a terminal services session

dmacgregor963
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I administer a Windows 2003 server.  When a user is connected  to the server via a remote desktop/terminal services session, I want to determine the ip address of the computer the user in connecting from.  Can someone tell me how to do that?
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Just get this utility, GetTSCIP.
http://www.ctrl-alt-del.com.au/CAD_Utils.htm#Freeware

Cláudio Rodrigues
Citrix CTP
Click on the RDP-Tcp# session in the left hand pane, then click
the Information tab on the right.  The client's *local* ip address
will be shown.  If you want the client's *real* ip address
(which may be the same as the local), view your security audit log.
That is also correct. I thought he asked programmatically, like if he was willing to use it in a script or something. If all you want is to see that IP, SemperWiFi is correct.

Cláudio Rodrigues
Citrix CTP

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