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Posted on 2014-02-05
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We monitor serveral 2008 terminal servers, but the reports we get back dont include if there are any login issues. I am looking for some software/scripts to test logins to each of the servers every morning, is there any thing that anyone has come across that will do this?

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LoginVSI will do that.  http://www.loginvsi.com/, although that is not the primary responsibility.  

I believe Lakeside Software http://www.lakesidesoftware.com/ will probably have something that will help you.

You could potentially use something like a free Citrix Netscaler and use the tcp monitor to continuously test port 3389 to availability.  You can also monitor the state of the RDP listener on the server.    

Beyond that, I'm not really sure how you would verify it.. There are a number of these types of tools for Citrix.. but not so sure for plain RDP.

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