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Query termserver

Displays a list of all terminal servers on the network.

Syntax

query termserver [ServerName] [/domain:Domain] [/address] [/continue]

Parameters

ServerName   : Specifies the name identifying the terminal server.

/domain: Domain   : Specifies the domain to query for terminal servers. You do not need to specify a domain if you are querying the domain in which you are currently working.

/address   : Displays the network and node addresses for each server.

/continue   : Prevents pausing after each screen of information is displayed.

/?   : Displays help at the command prompt.

Remarks

  • Query termserver searches the network for all attached terminal servers and returns the following information:

    • The name of the server.

    • The network (and node address if the /address option is used).

Examples

To display information about all terminal servers on the network, type:

query termserver

To display information about the terminal server named server3, type:

query termserver server3

To display information about all terminal servers in domain SYSTEM, type:

query termserver /domain:system

To display the network and node address for the terminal server named server3, type:

query termserver server3 /address

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