I've been introducing myself to Terminal Services and I had a question regarding a session, specifically the rdp-tcp session that's established by default ...
C:\Documents and Settings\BMC>query session SESSIONNAME USERNAME ID STATE TYPE DEVICE console Administrator 0 Active wdcon rdp-tcp 65538 Listen rdpwd >rdp-tcp#12 BMC 1 Active rdpwd
I'm assuming this session relates to the RDP protocol in some fashion, (obvious by the session's name and state). Could anyone ellaborate on this, or point me to some related reading material?
Additionally, if I choose to reset session the rdp-tcp session, all sessions (with the exception of console) will be logged off and the rdp-tcp session will be re-established under a new ID. This seems like a quick and dirty way to logoff all sessions ... yet it just doesn't seem right. Is there any side-effects, quirks, etc. that can occur when resetting this session?
Thanks in advance.