Disconnect RDP sessions remotely


Sometimes you may not be able to login to a remote computer through RDP and you may want to disconnect active or disconnect RDP sessions.

Login to your client computer as a domain Admin user. Open cmd prompt with admin privileges.

qwinsta /server:SERVERIP

The Ip address or domain name of the Remote server should be entered in place of SERVERIP

Example:

qwinsta /server:10.10.1.10

You will get a list of the Remote Sessions in the command window.

To remove disconnected sessions or logoff a user, use the following syntax:

rwinsta /server:SERVERIP SESSIONID

For example in order to terminate the session of the Administrator user the following command should be given.

rwinsta /server:10.10.1.10 2

For more info:
http://www.techtalkz.com/blog/tips-n-tricks/how-to-view-disconnect-remote-desktop-sessions-from-commandline.html

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