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Default Active Directory Show Open Sessions

Hello all,

This is a great site with many fine tips. The most recent I found useful where the Right-Click Active Directory Add-ons. Unlock Users, and Show Additional Info.

I also saw the right-click Remote Control computer objects in Active Directory and found that to be an great addition. While searching around for that add-on I came across this older guide which explains how to install the remote control add-on.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/com...in/pw0202.mspx

Now the more intriguing part of this guide was the screen shot.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/ima...020202_BIG.gif

In that picture you'll notice the user is right-clicking a computer and one of the options is "Show Open Sessions". Now I assume this means any user logged into that computer. Or possibly more like local session browser you find when you "manage" "my computer " and can view active sessions?

Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has this setup and if they do could they please reply and let me know how this is done?

Thanks.

PS. I should mention I tried installing the rcontrol.exe they offer on their website but it did not give the "Show Sessions" option.
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Default Re: Active Directory Show Open Sessions

Hi,

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In that picture you'll notice the user is right-clicking a computer and one of the options is "Show Open Sessions". Now I assume this means any user logged into that computer. Or possibly more like local session browser you find when you "manage" "my computer " and can view active sessions?
yeah its the same you are assuming its about Active Sessions by Users


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