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comment How do I access the list of currently logged on users through Terminal Services Manager in Windows Server 2012?
Thanks for the answer. Turns out my system does have logoff.exe. I must have overlooked something when I tried it earlier.
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comment How do I access the list of currently logged on users through Terminal Services Manager in Windows Server 2012?
Oops sorry I deleted my comment accidentally as I was trying to edit it. The question was: "I don't seem to have logoff.exe. Is it your utility?".
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comment How do I access the list of currently logged on users through Terminal Services Manager in Windows Server 2012?
Thanks for the answer. Does your users.exe only list the users? It looks like I forgot to mention but I also need to logout users. In the tsadmin, I'd just right click the user and choose "Log Off". Do you know of a way to logout users on Windows 2012?
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