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How to see the NETBIOS name of the device I connect from in RDS 2012?

Posted on 2014-02-02
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Hi everyone,

Before, with Windows RDS 2008 R2, with the task manager in the users tab, I could see the connected users with the NETBIOS name of the device from where there were connected. Now, with RDS 2012, there is no more this information in the task manager.

How can I find this information?

Exemple:I connect from my PC1WIN7 computer, I want to see 'PC1WIN7'

Tks

Nicolas
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by:Venugopal N
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You can use the nbtstat command to list the NETBIOS name of the local computer and remote computer for which the session has been established.
Eg..

nbtstat -a PC1WIN7

For more info refer the link..
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490938.aspx
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by:oBdA
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Go to the Users tab in Task Manager, right-click the "User | Status | CPU | Memory" header row, and check "Client name".
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by:Admicom
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No i want to see quickly all the net bios names directly, not with à nbtstat command...
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by:Admicom
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It´s better but i would like to see directly the information for all the connected users in à single column...
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Sorry, but it's not quite clear what you want.
With the context menu of the header row, you can configure the columns displayed as they were in W2k8R2.
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