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Now that a TSAdminEx beta is ready I will be showing you some features. In this part I will show the Sessions View.
Let’s start again with a compare of TSAdmin and TSAdminEx:
As you can see TSAdminEx shows more details, it shows the following extra columns:
By sorting on Incoming or Outgoing bytes you can rapidly see which user is consuming the most bandwidth:
Also note that both the User and Session view are automatically updated when the state of a session changes. For instance when a new user logs on or an existing session is disconnect. If you watch this when a new user logs an you can actually see the process of session creation.
In the first step, when the user has not yet logged in the status is connected:
When we are logged in the state changes to Active (actually the session has some other states in between but they go to fast for me to take screenshots):
When we disconnect the status is updates immediately:
If we reconnect we can see that first a new session is created and then we are reconnected to our old session:
When you move the mouse over the State column you get a hint that shows you the actual Shadow (Remote Control) permissions:
Using the Toolbar buttons or the Context Menu (right-click) you can perform several operations on Sessions:
This is the Send Message dialog:
And the Shadow (Remote Control) Dialog:
Well that’s it for today, tomorrow I will discuss the Process View.
If you would like to participate in the beta test please view here.
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