Terminal Services Manager

Terminal Services Manager

  • File Version: Terminal Services Manager 3.6 build 277
  • File Name: tsmanager_setup_3.6.0.277.exe
  • File Size: 3.55 MB
  • Author: LizardSystems
  • License: Demo
  • Updated: November, 24th 2020
  • Requirements: Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP

Terminal Services Manager displays which user is connected to a remote host, the processes they are running, and the number of server resources (CPU, memory, etc.) they are using. You can send messages to users, disconnect them from their server, and connect with them remotely. Terminal Services Manager allows you to send bulk messages to users and disconnect idle users. You can also end multiple sessions at once with Terminal Services Manager. Terminal Services Manager allows you to directly work with multiple hosts.

View and copy the CPU and memory usage with just one click

Terminal Services Manager provides information in both table and graph form. It shows the usage of the central processor unit, memory, and other resources over time for each server, session, and user. With just one click, you can view and copy the CPU/memory usage. The interface is clean and modern. It displays all servers that you monitor as a list in its upper section. It is easy to add or remove computers by marking them and then unmarking them in the left panel.

You can see the current usage of memory, CPU, and other connectivity parameters in the lower part of the GUI. You can export or copy the information in a neat graphic.

You can use the management functions to perform tasks such as ping, sending mails, examining the hard drive, or investigating any suspicious activity on remote computers.

The key features

  • Remote hosts can be viewed to view users, sessions and running processes. Remote hosts can be monitored for resource usage per user, session or process (CPU usage and Memory usage), Handles, number, etc.
  • Management of users
  • Connect to a session with a user
  • You can disconnect a user from a session.
  • Log off a user in a session
  • Batch log off and disconnect from the server for all users, disconnected or idle.
  • Remotely manage a user session
  • Sending a message only to selected users
  • Stopping a running process.
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