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Script to find and log of a user from one or multiple RDS/RDP sessions in your network. The way this works is just using 'quser' and 'logoff' respectively, but querying any amount of server names you specify and and finding their session ID. It will log them off and then give you the option to also delete their RDS profile disk (if you use profile disks) if you specify the path in the code below. Edit the workstations variable as well as your domain name, and RDS profile disk path
#3.26.24 RDS User Logoff script 1.1
#Baylin @ Molten Software

#log off user from any RDS session in your network by only entering username/saMaccountName

write-host "RDS User Logoff" -ForegroundColor Cyan
write-host "Enter the user's saMaccountName" -ForegroundColor Green
write-host "Examples: AThompson or Alex.Thompson"-ForegroundColor Green
write-host "CAN NOT be email or UPN like alex.thompson@molten.pw" -ForegroundColor Red

$userName = read-host "saMaccountName:"
#clear variables
$sessionId = ""
$found = ""
#edit for your domain name here
$domain = "molten"
#edit for your RDS profile path if you want to delete the user profile after logging them off.
$profilePath = "\\RDSprofiles\C$\Profiles"
#enter your RDS servers here, seperated by comma
$workstations =

ForEach($Workstation In $Workstations){

write-host "Checking $workstation" -ForegroundColor cyan
quser /server:$workstation
$sessionId = ((quser /server:$workstation | Where-Object { $_ -match $userName }) -split ' +')[2]

if ($sessionId) {
write-host "Found user in $sessionId on $workstation" -ForegroundColor yellow
write-host "Logging user $username off from $workstation"-ForegroundColor yellow
logoff $sessionId /server:$workstation 
$found = "yes"


if ($found) {
$time = Get-Date
Write-Host "User $username was found on $workstation and was logged off at $time" -ForegroundColor Magenta
#reset $found variable
$found = ""
Write-Host "If you want to delete the user'profile as well, type 'RDSdel' and hit enter." -ForegroundColor Cyan

function RDSdel {
$objUser = New-Object System.Security.Principal.NTAccount("$domain", "$username")
$strSID = $objUser.Translate([System.Security.Principal.SecurityIdentifier])
$deleteObject = $profilePath + "\UVHD-" + $strSID.Value + ".vhdx"

if (Test-Path -path $deleteObject) { 

rm $deleteObject -ErrorAction Stop
Write-Host "$username 's profile @ $deleteObject has been deleted." -ForegroundColor Green


else {Write-Host "$username 's RDS profile disk not found or recently deleted" -ForegroundColor yellow}

Example of script running:

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