Use-case 21: How To Monitor Terminal Services In Your Active Directory And Gauge Disconnecting Sessions

Use-case 21: How To Monitor Terminal Services In Your Active Directory And Gauge Disconnecting Sessions

Are you being challenged by dropping Terminal Services sessions? .. The best 
answer would be.. Audit them!

Here are the top reasons why remote desktop services drop,

1. Faulty LAN cables.

2. NIC card failure.

3. No TS Keep Alives enabled or irregular gpupdate of your group policy which causes registry malfunction.

4. NIC, routers, switches, etc., firmware bug or packet loss/delivery failure.

5. TCP/IP issues, issues with default gateway and other connectivity issues.


ADAudit Plus will provide you a clear picture of the session established time, session disconnected time, duration, etc., through which you can establish a pattern, if any, in dropping remote desktop sessions. 


Step 1: Kindly go to Reports --> Local Logon-Logoff --> Terminal Service activity.

Select the Domain, Period(time period) and Object(computer).







Step 2: Kindly go to Reports --> Local Logon-Logoff --> Terminated Users Session.

Select the Domain, Period(time period).






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