Remote Desktops Windows 2003

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    In Windows 2000 using RDP you could see all your servers in Terminal Services Manager. Additionally you could see the administrators logged onto the server and if need be log one out to allow you to access the server. Is there a similar utility in Windows 2003 because windows 2003 servers don’t show up in Terminal Service Manager.

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