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how to check session connection in server 2008 as we used to do in server 2003

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how to check session connection in server 2008 as we used to do in server 2003. so that we know who is logged in and session open.Iknow in server 2003 to do but dont know how to do  in server 2008.
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command prompt

type qwinsta you will see whos logged in and session id's

rwinsta [session id] will log the user off
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I mean to say which client computer logged in server.
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oh you want to know the computer names of people logged into to server?

or like people attached to the server domain wise?
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To view connections to shared resources, type net session at a command prompt or follow these steps:

2. In the console tree, expand System Tools, expand Shared Folders, and then select Sessions. You can now view connections to shares for users and computers.

source: http://fabian.is-online.nu/track-user-and-computer-sessions-on-windows-server-2008/

like that?
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Sorry forgot to mention that should be in computer management System Tools > Shares > Sessions
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Thanks for the points!

Cheers!
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