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change enables and disables logons, switches to and from application installation mode and manages COM port mappings.
change takes three parameters: logon, user and port.
change user operates at machine level and shifts the Terminal Server between execution or application installation modes. It takes three parameters: /install, which places the machine in application installation mode; /execute which places the machine into application execution mode; and /query which displays the current mode.
change logon operates at machine level enables and disables logons to the Terminal Server. It takes five parameters, the most commonly used are /enable and /disable which enable and disable logons. /drain and /drainuntilrestart both disable new logons, but allow logons to new sessions. /query displays the current mode.
change port operates at session level. It maps COM ports for DOS applications that don't support COM ports higher than 4. change port takes a port mapping as its' parameter. For example:
change port com8=com4
will map a virtual COM4 port to physical COM8 for DOS applications in the session.
|Diagnostic Target:||OS - Terminal Services, Terminals and X|
|Obtain From:||Installed with Windows Terminal Services|