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FIGURE 9-10 You have three general server-based con guration items in Remote Desktop for Administration mode Only users who are part of the Remote Desktop users group and listed in the SD_CONSOLE Access Control List (ACL) can connect with an /admin session By default, SD_CONSOLE contains only administrators and should not need to be modi ed Sessions connected with /admin have some special rights Even if a user has been marked with Deny Users Permissions to Log on to Terminal Server, if she has the authority to use the /admin switch (that is, the user is an administrator), that user will be able to connect as long as she uses mstsc /admin Also, if a terminal server is in drain mode, which means no new sessions are accepted, then an /admin session can be created Finally, /admin sessions do not count toward the session limit that may be con gured on a terminal server If you are connecting to a server with the TS role installed, and you are an administrator and don t want to consume a TS CAL, use the /admin switch
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In some cases, one-session-per-user restrictions may not be enabled on a server, or you may want to connect to someone else s session In such a case, you can use the Terminal Services Manager to see all the sessions/users connected to a terminal server and then from the properties of the user/session entry, you can choose to connect to the session However, let s be old-school right now and look at the qwinsta commandline tool, which lists the current sessions on a server, as shown in the following example
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C:\Users\savadmin>qwinsta SESSIONNAME USERNAME services >rdp-tcp#1 savadmin console rdp-tcp#0 john rdp-tcp ID 7 8 9 65536 STATE 0 Active Conn Active Listen TYPE DEVICE Disc rdpwd rdpwd
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In this example, you can see that session ID 9 is user John Notice that the current session has a greater-than arrow at the far left Notice that the physical console always has a session connected, which is the security dialog waiting for a logon You can connect to the console session; it just is no longer Session 0 If you do not have limits on the number of sessions per user and want to connect to your console session, you use tscon console To connect to another session, you can use the tscon command and pass the session ID For example, if you want to take over John s session, you need to pass the session ID, plus you need the /PASSWORD switch to pass John s password (it would be a huge security issue to not have to pass the password of another user s session) This would all look something like the following:
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tscon 9 /password:thepassword
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Let s look at some of the interesting options of the RDC client If you click the Options button, you are presented with a far fuller dialog that has six tabs in the RDP 6x version of RDC: General, Display, Local Resources,
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The General tab enables you to con gure a username for the connection, as well as the credentials to be saved for a connection You also see options to save and open RDP les, which are les that contain a set of con guration items related to a speci c connection As you walk through the tabs of the RDC, you see that there are many options that you may want to set in different ways for different target servers Instead of recon guring the options every time you connect, you can just con gure the connection and then save it as an RDP le (for example, savdaldc01rdp for a customized connection to the savdaldc01 server) By default, RDP les are saved to the Documents folder of your home path, but you can browse and save them anywhere RDP les are associated with the RDC application, so you can place them on your desktop, put shortcuts to them in your Quick Launch bar, or just double-click them in Explorer to automatically connect to the target
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