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In Exchange 2003 Under Administrative Groups::First Administrative Group:: Servers :: FooServer :: FooStorageGroup :: FooStore :: Logons there are sessions listed.

Is there an Exchange tool or third party tool that will let me kill specific sessions / logons?

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use Exchange User Monitor tool to find the IP address of client and then use TCPView tool to disconnect those sessions at individual IP level.



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Sorry, should have stated that I tried TCPView and that it didn't work.... – Kyle Brandt Aug 10 '09 at 12:43
Can you elaborate on what didn't work with TCPView ? were you running it with Admin rights on the box ? – KAPes Aug 17 '09 at 18:08
KAPes, been a while so I guess I missed your comment. Yes, I am running with admin rights. I tried right clicking the particular connection to store.exe and choosing 'close connection'. This seems to have no effect. – Kyle Brandt Aug 24 '09 at 13:58

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