Remote Desktop seesions – See sessions on all servers in Active directory

If you have enabled that a user get lock out in Active Directory, if the user type the password wrong X times.
Then you might have experienced, that yours admin account get locked out multiple times, just after you have change the password for the admin account.

It could be that you have left a session on a server in you Active Directory logged on, and that session now trying to authenticated it self, by using you old password.

You can run this script, to check all servers in Active Directory, to see where there are user session on it.

 

 

You can change this last command:

Get-LoggedOnUsers $ServerName | ft -autosize

to

Get-LoggedOnUsers $ServerName | ? { $_.Username -eq ‘kda’ } | ft -autosize

to only see where KDA is loggedon

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