Windows 2008 R2 Session Broker

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
We are currently testing two Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Servers.  We have some Remote Apps configured as well as the session broker.

When trouble shooting these servers I would just RDP onto them via IP, but the session broker may push me to the other server because it is least busy.

Anyone know if you can configure the Session Broker to still allow RDP onto a server by IP and not redirect them to the least busy server?

Question by:Pritchitts
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    If you have administrator rights, try mstsc /v:Server_IP /admin. Broker won't redirect you on another server.

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