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Posted on 2011-09-06
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one of our terminal servers exceeded user count so wont allow anymore remote sessions.  Is there a way to view and then log off remote users on that server if am logged into another server via remote desktop?  Thought maybe something in active directory or if there is a command line, thanks.
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Hello,

From another server you can open the "Terminal Server Manager" from administrative tools. In the Terminal Server Manager window you can see the connections from the local server where you are logged on, in order to monitor a remote server you just need to select from the Menu the opcion for connecting to another computer. If you have the correct credentials for the remote computer you will be able to see what users are logged on, and you can disconnect these users, log them off, send them messages, etc

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thanks, exactly what i was looking for
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