Re: Automatic Logon (Win 2003 ): How Do I Connect To Console Session Using RDC?
From: Kristofer Gafvert (kgafvert_at_NEWSilopia.com)
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 08:40:52 +0200
Here's the answer:
Can I connect to the console session remotly?
Yes! If you use the Windows Server 2003 client you can write <SERVERNAME>
/console in the computer name box.
If you are using the Windows XP Remote Desktop client you will have to start
the Remote Desktop client from a command prompt by writing mstsc /console
/v:servername. Where mstsc is located depends on where you installed it, but
it's usually in "%programfiles%/remote desktop" or "%systemroot%/system32"
-- Regards, Kristofer Gafvert http://www.ilopia.com "Mike" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > Dear Friends, > > I have a problem that I hope someone has the answer to. > > I setup my Windows 2003 server to use Automatic Logon for my user > account (e.g. if the server reboots, my user account automatically > logs into the console and executes a WSH script that notifies me the > server bounced itself). > > Here's the problem. I often connect to this server using RDC > (Remote Desktop Connection). > > When I RDC into the server with my user account, I do not see my > WSH script running on the desktop. However, if I launch Task Manager, > I do see my script running as one of the processes. > > I went into Windows Terminal Manager and realized that Automatic > Logon was running my WSH script under the "Console" session. > > When I connect using RDC, I am under a separate session. I tried > connecting to the "Console" session but am unable to. > > QUESTION: Is there a way to connect to the box using RDC and then > enter the "Console" session so I can see my WSH script running? > > Looking forward to some innovative solutions! > > Mike