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Server Permission Does It Need to Disconnect User Terminal Sessions on Windows Server 2008?

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What server permission/s does/do a user need at the server level to be able to disconnect user terminal server sessions? Are Remote Desktop Users and Power Users sufficient enough? I know there's a level down than Administrators level. Please confirm. THank you!
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Having Network Configuration Operators should work or possibly power users depending on your security set up.  But generally this function should only be performed by administrators.
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