Remote Desktop Services Manager Commands

Q

What commands are available on my Windows 7 computer to manage user remote logins?

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A

Normally, you should use the Remote Desktop Services Manager tool to manage user remote logins.

If the Remote Desktop Services Manager tool is not accessible on your Windows 7 computer, you can use the following commands to do the same job:

  • logoff - Log off a user from a session on a Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server and delete the session from the server.
  • msg - Send a message to a user on an RD Session Host server.
  • qprocess - Display information about processes that are running on an RD Session Host server.
  • query - Display information about processes, sessions, and RD Session Host servers.
  • query process - Display information about processes that are running on an RD Session Host server.
  • query session - Display information about sessions on an RD Session Host server.
  • query user - Display information about user sessions on an RD Session Host server.
  • quser - Display information about user sessions on an RD Session Host server.
  • qwinsta - Display information about sessions on an RD Session Host server.
  • reset session - Reset (delete) a session on an RD Session Host server.
  • rwinsta - Reset (delete) a session on an RD Session Host server.
  • shadow - Remotely control an active session of another user on an RD Session Host server.
  • tscon - Connect to another session on an RD Session Host server.
  • tsdiscon - Disconnect a session from an RD Session Host server.
  • tskill - End a process running in a session on an RD Session Host server.

 

Use "Query User" Command

Managing User Remote Login Sessions

Managing User Remote Login Sessions

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