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Killing Disconnected Terminal Server Sessions from the Command Line

Terminal Services (or Remote Desktop if you prefer) is a good thing. It allows you to remotely connect to a server to manage it.

List RDP Sessions on Remote Servers in PowerShell

You can use this handy little script to find remote desktop sessions on all servers running in your Active Directory domain.

Modifying LAN Based Auto-disconnect Time-Out

Windows NT can be configured to automatically disconnect idle LAN sessions are a set number of minutes.


Substitute a drive letter for a network or local path.  This comes in handy when you want to reference a directory which may have a really long path by a drive letter.

It's been a long and winding road

It's been ten wonderful years since I brought this site on line. Ten years. Wow. This is the longest job I've ever held. Let's see what's been going on here for ten years.

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CenturyLink Sucks

I have been having some issues with CenturyLink. I sent this to CenturyLink this morning: ----------------------------------------- Last week, I disconnected my voice service for two reasons: because CenturyLink failed to keep my private information private on multiple oc...

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