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I'm looking for tools that allow to monitor Terminal Service sessions under Windows Server 2008 R2. I'd like to see (preferrably in graphical charts) how much time a user spent interacting with applications, how much time the browser was used, how intensely the user interacted overal with the system while logged in and so on.

I already found this software:

And would like to know whether anyone can suggest alternatives to it.

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I think Terminal Services Log is probably the best product that I've seen out there, but I've never used it so I can't speak from experience. It's also not cheap.

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