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Terminal Server 2016

I have a new terminal server 2016 but I can't seem to find or figure out how to see who's connected via RDP.  I have remote desktop services installed with remote Desktop Licensing Diagnoser and Remote Desktop Licensing Manager installed but I do not see any place to see what users are there.  Do I need to install something else?
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Under server manager, left lane, remote desktop services, collections. It'll show who is connected there and the status of the connection.

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It's not there... How can I get that installed?

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Does anyone know what I need to install to view the Remote Desktop sessions/connections on a 2016 Terminal Server????
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It is there by default. The only way it isn't there is if you didn't fully configure your RDS environment.  Looks like this:

Server Manager on 2016
OK All I have is RD Gateway and RD Licensing.  I need RD Connection Broker?
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Yes.

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OK so I created a query but I only see one session but I don't see who's connected.. It that right?
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you shouldn't need to create a query.  Reference my screenshot.  That "connections" view is a default pane in Server Manager, and though I blacked out the user who was connected to my test lab (me, but I don't need my username revealed for that instance), it is a default column on that view.

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Then I'm missing something in the install.  Is there any instructions out there?

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Ah I found it!!!

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It stopped working again UGH!

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Thanks It was hidden but I found it.