Remote Desktop User Session Manager

Scan multiple computers for users that match certain criteria, then message them, disconnect sessions, or log them off. This screenshot shows the legacy Remote Desktop Admin Toolkit in action.

Do you have workers that telecommute? Have a shared set of Terminal Servers that host shared apps? Or just want to see who is logged into what computer? If so, you could use our Remote Desktop User Session Manager capability.

Simply enter the names of your computers that support Remote Desktop, or alternatively load them from a file on disk. Then click the Scan button. Our tool will prompt you for the name of the user you’re looking for, and then conduct an exhaustive search to find all the places where he’s currently logged in, including console sessions.

Once your user has been located, you can quickly perform a variety of actions, including blasting a popup message to all his current sessions (if you need to get a hold of him), logging off duplicate sessions, disconnecting open sessions, or locking the console.

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Disconnect and logoff multiple user sessions at once. This screenshot shows the legacy Remote Desktop Admin Toolkit in action.

Need Help With The Remote Desktop User Session Manager?

We provide technical documentation for help with the Remote Desktop User Session Manager tool as part of our legacy Remote Desktop Admin Toolkit.