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    Default how to log off a user remotly

    hi

    if i have 2 servers,remote desktop is disabled on them

    if a user1 is log on to server A locally
    and i`m log on to server B locally

    so how can i log off the user1 remotly ?

    what is the command used here?
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    Type net use //IP ADDRESS (will be required to authenticate)

    To list what users are logged on and their Session ID:
    qwinsta /server:IP ADDRESS

    Once you have their Session ID, type this:
    rwinsta /server:IP ADDRESS Session ID
    Last edited by effekted; 04-07-2011 at 06:57 PM. Reason: Forgot the initial command
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    From the command line try:

    shutdown /l /m \\serverA
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    ok so what about compmgmt.msc?

    how can i use it for the same idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHON CENA View Post
    ok so what about compmgmt.msc?

    how can i use it for the same idea
    Compmgmt.msc could be use to disconnect someone accessing over a share, but that is about it.

    What is your need for disconnecting someone who is logged in?
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    yes i want this user to log off

    and can you give my any advicese about 70-290 exam

    and thank you
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    You can use this command, “logoff.exe 0 /SERVER:server01” whereas “0” is ID name and server01 is computer name of remote computer.
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