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Logoff

Bijgewerkt: september 2007

Van toepassing op: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista

Logs off a user from a session on a terminal server and deletes the session from the server.

For examples of how to use this command, see Examples.

Syntax

logoff [<SessionName> | <SessionID>] [/server:<ServerName>] [/v]

Parameters

 

Parameter Description

<SessionName>

Specifies the name of the session.

<SessionID>

Specifies the numeric ID which identifies the session to the server.

/server:<ServerName>

Specifies the terminal server that contains the session whose user you want to log off. If unspecified, the server on which you are currently active is used.

/v

Displays information about the actions being performed.

/?

Displays help at the command prompt.

Remarks

  • You can always log off from the session to which you are currently logged on. You must, however, have Full Control permission to log off users from other sessions.

  • Logging off a user from a session without warning can result in loss of data at the user's session. You should send a message to the user by using the msg command to warn the user before taking this action.

  • If <SessionID> or <SessionName> is not specified, logoff logs off the user from the current session. If you specify <SessionName>, it must be an active one.

  • When you log off a user, all processes end and the session is deleted from the server.

  • You cannot log off a user from the console session.

Examples

  • To log off a user from the current session, type:

    logoff
    
  • To log off a user from a session by using the session's ID, for example session 12, type:

    logoff 12
    
  • To log off a user from a session by using the name of the session and server, for example session TERM04 on Server1, type:

    logoff TERM04 /server:Server1
    
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