The Remote Desktop for Administration feature is actually installed by default in Windows Server 2003, but it is installed in a disabled status for security reasons. To enable the feature with a default Start menu configuration, perform the following steps:
- From the Control Panel, double-click the System icon.
- Choose the Remote tab.
- On the bottom of the screen, click the check box to Allow Users to Connect Remotely to your computer
To see users:
- Go to Administrative Tools > Terminal Services Configuration
- Choose Connection and in the right panel right click on RDP-tcp
- Select Properties and in the Permissions tab, see the users
OR you may type in command prompt
net sessions (this shows currently connected users)
NBTSTAT -a <remotecomputername> | FIND “<03>” | FIND /I /V “<remotecomputername>”
NOTE: You may also use NETSH and WMIC commands to find out remote users. WMIC requires WMI enabled remote computers and NETSH requires Windows XP on the remote computers.
Hope this may help you!
If access to shared folders has to be included in that report, the Sysinternals’ ShareEnum tool might help.