The easiest way to see what users are connected to share on a particular machine is to
- open a command prompt window
- type “fsmgmt.msc”
- hit Enter
You will then be presented with the Shared Folders window (below)
You can now toggle between the different views “Shares”, “Sessions” and “Open Files” to see who is doing what?
Want to use windows remote desktop to connect to an Ubuntu/Linux machine.
All you need to do is install the xrdp package, then open Remote Desktop Connection from Windows.
Install xRDP from terminal in Ubuntu.
sudo apt-get install xrdp
Open Windows Remote Desktop Connection and enter IP address of Ubuntu machine.
Enter login details of Ubuntu hit enter and your done.