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Shadowing RDS 2012 R2 Sessions

With Windows Server 2012 R2, Remote Desktop Services allows you to shadow users remoted into the server.
When shadowing, you can either view or view and control a user's session. You can choose the option for "No Consent" allowing you to bypass user permission when connecting to their session.
This can be done through the command line or through the Server Manager.
Command Line
Mstsc.exe [/shadow:sessionID [/v:Servername] [/u:[Username]] [/control] [/noConsentPrompt]]
/shadow:ID Starts shadow with the specified sessionID.
/v:servername If not specified, will use the current server as the default.
/u:username If not specified, the currently logged on user is used.
/control If not specified, will only view the session.
/noConsentPrompt Attempts to shadow without prompting the shadowee to grant permission.
Below are the steps to do it through server manager.
Open the Server Manager and click on the icon for Remote Desktop Services. Here you should see your deployed remote environments…

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