N/APosted on - 08/21/2012
Does anyone know how to kill remote connections? I am working in an office which has been networked using Windows Server 2003 Operating system. One of my colleagues frequently log into my Personal computer using remote desktop connection. I tried many ways to opt out the setting but failed. Does anyone know how to opt out remote desktop connection? Thank you.
Does anyone know how to kill remote connection?
1. Go to Task Manager,
2. Click on Users,
3. Right Click on User,
4. You can end remote sessions from here.
Go to start menu> Click on Programs> Click on Administrative Tools> Terminal Services Manager> Now right click on the session> Select log-off or reset.
Click Start menu and then Run,
Write “cmd” and press enter,
Write “net use \server _ip/USER:your_name password.” Now you logged to Remote Desktop Protocol.
Replace these things now – “sever_ip” with your server’s IP, “your_name” with your user name, “password” with your log-in password.
Now write “query session /server:name.” You can get session ID by replacing “name” with the server’s name.
Write “reset session id /server:server_ip,” Now replace “sever_ip” with your server’s IP.
Active session will be terminated now and you can connect through Remote Desktop to new server.