Use "Query Session" Command
How to use "query Session" to find out how many desktop sessions are running on my Windows 7 computer?
If you allow remote logins to your Windows 7 computer, there might be multiple desktop sessions are running on your computer.
To find out how many desktop sessions are on your computer, you can use the "query session" command:
C:\fyicenter>query session /? Display information about Remote Desktop Sessions. QUERY SESSION [sessionname | username | sessionid] [/SERVER:servername] [/MODE] [/FLOW] [/CONNECT] [/COUNTER] [/VM] sessionname Identifies the session named sessionname. username Identifies the session with user username. sessionid Identifies the session with ID sessionid. /SERVER:servername The server to be queried (default is current). /MODE Display current line settings. /FLOW Display current flow control settings. /CONNECT Display current connect settings. /COUNTER Display current Remote Desktop Services counters information. /VM Display information about sessions within virtual machines.
C:\fyicenter>query session SESSIONNAME USERNAME ID STATE TYPE DEVICE services 0 Disc console 1 Conn joe_tester 2 Disc jay_writer 3 Disc >rdp-tcp#0 fyicenter 5 Active rdpwd rdp-tcp 65536 Listen
So there are 6 sessions on this computer:
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