• Change logon
Enables or disables logons from client sessions, or displays current logon status. This utility is useful for system maintenance.
• Change port
Lists or changes the COM port mappings to be compatible with MS-DOS applications.
• Change user
Changes the setting for .ini file mapping.
Cleans specified profiles of wasted space and, if user-specific file associations are disabled, removes these associations from the registry. Profiles that are currently in use are not modified.
Enables or disables flat temporary folders.
Logs off a user from a session and deletes the session from the server.
Sends a message to a user.
Creates connections to terminal servers or other remote computers, edits an existing Remote Desktop Connection (.rdp) configuration file, and migrates legacy connection files that were created with Client Connection Manager to new .rdp connection files.
• Query process
Displays information about processes running on a terminal server. You can use this command to find out which programs a specific user is running, and also which users are running a specific program.
• Query session
Displays information about sessions on a terminal server. The list includes information not only about active sessions but about other sessions that the server runs.
• Query termserver
Displays a list of all terminal servers on the network.
• Query user
Displays information about user sessions on a terminal server.
Registers a program so that it has special execution characteristics.
• Reset session
Enables you to reset (delete) a session from the terminal server.
Enables you to remotely control an active session of another user.
Connects to another session.
Disconnects a session from a terminal server.
Ends a process.
Copies the user configuration information, which is displayed in the Terminal Services extensions to Local Users and Groups and Active Directory Users and Computers, from one user to another. Tsprof can also set the profile path for a user.
Enables an administrator to remotely shut down or reboot a terminal server. You can also choose to power off the server if the computer supports software control of AC power.