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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.

Install Roles on Windows via PowerShell

Just because you don't have a GUI on your Windows Server 2012 doesn't mean you can't install roles and features at will. Use PowerShell, and the job gets easy.

Seven Layers of the OSI Model

Various mnemonics have been created over the years to help remember the order. Probably the most taught and text-book found ones are:

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.

Session Layer Details

The session layer is level five of the seven level OSI model. It responds to service requests from the presentation layer and issues service requests to the transport layer.

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Using Bots

I checked my logs this morning, to discover a person in Italy actively scraping the content of this site.

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Managing Terminal Services Sessions Remotely

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