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vps:users from task manager can't find them in lusrmgr.msc and no dsa.msc

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I can't find the users connected in TaskManager/Users!!! I can't find them anywhere!!can't find in lusrmgr.msc or ''dsa.msc'' damains /users
where are that users?
thanks!

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Question by:john lambert
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by:Andy
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Hi,

What users are your Administrators or remote desktop users groups under groups in lusrmgr?
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by:john lambert
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i type run\lusrmgr.msc and then u can see Administrators and Groupd lists
Administrators are:

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Support_38

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So Support_38 is there as an admin

What about Remote Desktop Users group?
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thnks are there
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