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Okay, this might seem strange, but how do I find out where my RD Connection Broker is located?

We have taken over a new domain where the RD connection broker is being used to load balance between 3 RD Session Hosts. This is with Server 2008.

How can I see which server is the connection broker? I can't find it!

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Go into the RDS Host Configuration console and look at the RD Connection Broker settings.

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Hmm, it's 2008 so its "Terminal Services" in stead. Is it the same there? – Rasmus Jul 24 '12 at 11:54
I don't have a 2008 TS server handy but I believe it's under TS Session Broker settings under TS Configuration. – joeqwerty Jul 24 '12 at 12:23

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