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By BobbyJGR ·
Is there a way to tell from a Windows 2000 Server to see what users are logged in to the server?
Thanks for your help.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Logged in users

Sure, there are a few ways.
One way is to open a Command Prompt and type in:

NET SESSIONS

That will show you who is logged in from what machine for how long.

hope this helps

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by Joseph Moore In reply to

Another way to see who is on.
Right-click My Computer -> Manage -> Shared Folders -> Sessions

You can right-click any session and choose Disconnect.

To do the disconnect from the Command PRompt, the syntax is:

NET SESSION \\MACHINETODISCONNECT /DELETE


And there are many 3rd party tools out there that can give you this same info. One I use is Dameware NT Utilities (www.dameware.com). With Dameware, I can view the connected sessions on any Windows server all from my desk. I can disconnect those same sessions also.

hope this helps

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Thanks for your help

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by BobbyJGR In reply to Logged in users

That worked thanks, but you said there were a few ways what are the other ways? Also is there a way to disconnect a user from the server (boot him off)

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