Using Terminal Services Manager, you can see the details of users connected to a remote host, their sessions, and their active processes. For several hosts simultaneously, you can monitor each user, session, and process's usage of remote host resources (CPU, memory, etc.) in real-time. Using Terminal Services Manager, you can easily perform various administrative tasks to manage resources and users on a remote host, for example, disconnecting all inactive users, closing inactive users' sessions, or terminating a remote host process.
You may use Terminal Services Manager to view information and monitor servers, users, sessions, and processes on servers running Windows Server. You can also perform certain administrative tasks; for example, you can disconnect or log off users from their Remote Desktop Services sessions.