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Shadowing a RDP session

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Which command is used to shadow an current RDP session to a windows 2003 server from a remote Machine?
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It's found in the Terminal Service Manager - you right click on the session and the shadow option is there.
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I dont have terminal service manager installed in my system. Is there any command associated with MSTSC for shadowing?
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the terminal service manager should be installed on the server ... you can only shadow from the server directly, not from a workstation. ...You "can" do it from a workstation, BUT, you need to RDP to the server first to use the Terminal Services Manager
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