I'm using copSSH sshd on Windows Server 2003 to log in to a cygwin environment and boot abandoned Terminal Services sessions.
The server is a virtual machine hosted by my ISP, and the 'mstsc /console' trick doesn't seem to work.
There are 2 commands that I am interested in running from my cygwin session: qwinsta.exe and rwinsta.exe. My question is, why can I see/use qwinsta.exe but not rwinsta.exe? When I browse to /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32 and list the contents of the directory, rwinsta.exe doesn't even show up.
I have compared permissions using cacls, and they are set up the same.
When I move rwinsta.exe to another folder, I can see it. The file is not marked as system or hidden, what am I missing?
UPDATE: Fixed using answer below
1) install Server 2003 Resource kit tools http://www.microsoft.com/Downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&displaylang=en
2) create a junction point
linkd c:\bin\realsys32 c:\WINDOWS\system32
3) add c:\bin\realsys32 to the system path