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How to view in CLI a VPN user session in a Cisco ASA 5510 firewall

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Dear Experts, I need the command line for me to view the session of our users connected via VPN. I need to know what IP address they get from our VPN so I can RDP to them. When connected to the ASA firewall what is the command for me to do so.

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