remote controle Server sesion

hi,

I just upgraded a terminal server from 2008 r2  to 2012 r2.
I am looking for a feature I used in 2008, which I can not find in 2012. I used to access it by
" start > administrative tools > remote desktop services > remote desktop manager >.
I would then select the user, right click and join their session.

does anything like this exist in 2012 r2 server ?

any help appreciated
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Vlastimil SopuchDirectorCommented:
Hi,

Remote Desktop Services Manager does not exist in Server 2012.  RDS management and configuration is done through Server Manager and/or Powershell in Server 2012

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/fd4cf0cd-8b73-4b15-80a0-765dc3ed7232/unable-to-see-the-windows-server-2012-remote-desktop-services-manager?forum=winserverTS

Ta
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
In 2012 R2, you can view a list of sessions in Server Manager. Right clicking a session will present a "shadow" task which you can use to connect to and watch or even interact with a session already in progress. Note that this is *only* available on Server Manager in 2012 R2 and works only on a 2012 R2 RDS server. 2012 does not have this option.
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intelogentAuthor Commented:
Cliff,

I found it. great.  I use this a lot for instruction for people using my server .  is there a way I can make a short vut to this feature on my desktop ?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Unfortunately no. Not to my knowledge.
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