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TERMINAL SERVICES MANAGER tutorials

  • You can use terminal services manager to view information about and monitor users and their sessions. Do as follow

Start Administrative Tools Terminal Service Terminal Server Manager

  • When a user creates a session by connecting to a terminal server from a client computer the following information is available in terminal services manager. It display 3 tabs

 

Description: terminal service manager

 

  • Users Tab:- Information about the users connected to terminal server. Such as name of user, Session Id, State active, Log On Time etc.

Right Click on any User will give important options such as

Connect, Disconnect, Send Message, Status & Log Off

  • Session Tab:- Information about the session running on the terminal service, such as whether the User name, ID, session is active, Client Name etc

  • Processor Tab:- Information about which programs are running in the user session

Terminal Services Configuration

  • You can use Terminal Services Configuration to configure setting for new connection, you can enable, disable connection and set following settings.

Start Administrative Tool Terminal Services Terminal Service configuration

 

Description: terminal Service configureation 1

 

  • From center Connection screen on RDP-TCP connection Right Click

  • It gives 8 Tabs, out of which useful options are

  1. General Specify Settings for Security, Encryption Level.

The encryption level is used to protect the contents of the terminal Server from interception by third parties. The four settings could be

HIGH = 128 bit key supported by RDP 5.2 Clients (Windows XP SP2 + Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WINDOWS VISTA, WINDOWS 7

FIPS used by Gederal Information Process Standard Govt. Agencies

Client Compatible based on client support

Low data sent from Client to server is encrypted using 56 bit key, data sent by server to client is unencrypted.

  1. Logon Setting -

  2. Session:- you can specify how long a terminal server allows active connections to last and how to treat idle and disconnected sessions.

  3. Environment:- Where server resources are limited you can eject idle and disconnected session.

  4. Remote Control Allows you to specify what level of control an administrator has over connected session

  5. Client Setting -

  6. Network Adaptor allows you to limit the number of active connections to the terminal server and you can also specify which adapter clients will use to connect. By default only 2 users can use connect.

  7. Security :- Specify which group of users can access terminal Server

 

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