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Archive for March 18th, 2013

TSListUsers: great little console tool to list Remote Desktop / Terminal Services Users

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/03/18

Thanks to Joe KlemencicTSListUsers is a great little console tool that shows you the currently logged on users and which session they use:

List Terminal Services Users

TSListUsers is a command line utility to list both the currently connected and disconnected users, hostname, IP address and RDP session number on either the local or a remote Windows Terminal Server/RDP Server

To list the users, you need to have the following abilities:

  • NetBios access to the server
  • Permissions allowing you to Query RDP session information (if you can log into the TS, you should have this by default)
  • Terminal Services/RDP should be running on the target host

Usage:
TSListUsers.exe /? to get the Help text
TSListUsers.exe to query a target Terminal Server
TSListUsers.exe with no paramters to query the local host

You can download TSListUsers from here.

Example output of remote session:

C:\Windows>TSListUsers.exe
Active Connections:
Username, HostName(IP), SessID, RDP-Port
----------------------------------------
jeroenp, W701UJPL (192.168.71.34), 2, RDP-Tcp#92

Disconnected Connections:
Username, HostName, SessID
--------------------------

Example output of local session:

C:\Windows>TSListUsers.exe
Active Connections:
Username, HostName(IP), SessID, RDP-Port
----------------------------------------
jeroenp,  1, Console

Disconnected Connections:
Username, HostName, SessID
--------------------------

–jeroen

via List Terminal Services Users.

Posted in Power User, Remote Desktop Protocol/MSTSC/Terminal Services, Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP | Leave a Comment »

 
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