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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Using the Terminal Services Manager

You can use the Terminal Services Manager, shown in Figure 31-23, to inspect data about terminal servers in trusted domains. You can examine users, connections, sessions, or processes as well as execute certain administrative commands against the remote terminal servers. Start Terminal Services Manager from the Administrative Tools menu or by typing tsadmin.exe at the command prompt.

Terminal Services Manager.

Figure 31-23. Terminal Services Manager.

Connecting to Terminal Servers

Unlike previous versions of Terminal Services Manager, the current version does not automatically enumerate all the terminal servers that are available. By right-clicking ...

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