Does anyone know how to kill remote connection?

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Hi Experts,

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.


Jafet Windsor

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Does anyone know how to kill remote connection?


Solution 1:

1.       Go to Task Manager,

2.       Click on Users,

3.       Right Click on User,

4.       You can end remote sessions from here.

Solution 2:

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.

Solution 3:

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.

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