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This Message utility replaces the MESSAGE.EXE command. By itself it has no
effective use and it is only capable of sending a single message to a
Terminal Server using a session ID. This utility is intended as an
analogy to the MESSAGE.EXE command and is useful for scripting. The output
of the Message utility will appear in the EndMessage output window.
Sample Usage:
Message /SERVER:server_1 /SERVER:* /User:username “Hello, how are you?”
Command is sent to server and a message is sent to the specified user
on the server.
Note: The use of the /SERVER:* switch is not recommended. TSMsg is still
in development and should not be used without backing up your server
and recreating your server.
TSMsg /SERVER:MyServer /USER:admin /USER:user
This command will send a message to all users on the server MyServer
to “Hello, how are you?”
Supported OS’s/Hardware:
Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10,
64-bit systems, 32-bit systems. TSMsg can be used to message sessions on
any terminal server running Windows.
The TSMsg utility also supports the following Linux distributions:
CentOS 6.0, CentOS 7.0
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1
SL 5.8, SL 6.0, SL 6.1, SL 7.0, SL 7.1
Ubuntu 10.04, Ubuntu 12.04
You will also need the msmsgx.zip archive (download) from the below page.
You can download the MSMSGEXE source code from the following link:

Add-on Licenses:
There are additional licenses available to those using the TSMsg utility.
The TSMsg COM Objects pack is available for Windows 2000/2003/2008 Server. The TSMsg COM Objects pack will add a command line program to the server through which the TSMsg utility can be accessed. This allows you to use the server specific features of TSMsg.
The TSMsg GUI for Windows 10


Please note, when you send a message to ALL users on a Terminal Server,
the resultant message is sent to the terminal server and the server
that receives the message.
To have this service reload the user accounts on your Terminal Server,
run the “TSCmdEdit.exe” utility for that Terminal Server.
For more information on this command line tool, see the TSMsg.help or the
Relevant documentation in the Help menu of the Operating system.
//THIS WILL SEND TO ALL EXISTING USERS ON SERVER “MyServer” OR “myserver.mydomain.net”
TSMsg “UserName” “MyServer” “/SERVER:*” “Message”
//THIS WILL SEND TO ALL EXISTING USERS ON SERVER “MyServer” AND “myserver.mydomain.net”
TSMsg “UserName” “MyServer” “/SERVER:*” “Message”
TSMsg “UserName” “MyServer” “/SERVER:*” “Message”
This utility is designed to work with Citrix XENAPP machines. Although, any user running a Xenapp client will recieve the message. To test this, use a virtual machine on the same server as the Xenapp server you want to use. That way you can test what is recieved.
Files used with this utility include:
TSMsg.ini – This file is saved in C:\windows\system32
TSMsg.help – This help file is saved in the same directory.
TSCMDEdit.exe – This tool is saved in C:\windows\system32
All relevant information on this utility is contained in this file.
Help Menu Commands:
//This sets the USERNAME to send messages from within this script
//to the user “test”.
SetUserName “test”

//This says the message will be sent to “IDS01”.
SetSession “IDS01”

//This says the message will be sent to “All Users on Terminal Server”
SetSession “*”

//This will send a message to all users that

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There are three basic modes of operation with the TSMsg Command-Line Utility. These are:
%1 – Specifies the user name
%2 – The Terminal Server name (the actual server name is left
%3 – Identifies the user session id to send messages to
via the terminal server
These options can be used in combination to send messages to all sessions on a
server or multiple servers. However the most common use of the utility is to
send messages to Terminal Server session, as you can when running the interactive
MSG.EXE in command prompt.
Example usage:
tsmsg /user:sa\myusername /server:servername test1 test2
tsmsg /user:pc\alice /server:servername test1 test2
tsmsg /user:pc\alice /servername:servername test1 test2

What’s New in the TSMsg?

This is a command line utility that interfaces to Citrix, and offers an
extra feature that will be of benefit to all users. The /SERVER:*
command switches are used to relay messages to all users on all
servers in a domain. The default is to send messages to all users
on the current server.
All messages sent from the server will be sent to the logged in user
on the server. If you specify a user, then that user, and all his
logged in users will receive the message.
To send a message only to one user, simply omit the SessionID. If you
omit the SessionID the user will be identified by their SessionID.
TSMsg Examples:
msg brb
sends a message to all users that are logged in on the current server
msg brb swv4:lmc@telepresence.net
sends a message to all users that are logged in on the server server1:Swv4.LMC.CITRIX.ORG
msg brb user1
sends a message to User1 only
tsmsg user1 swv4:lmc@telepresence.net
sends a message to User1 only
tsmsg user1 user2
sends a message to users User1 and User2 only
tsmsg sessionid brb
sends a message to all users that are logged in on the current server, but only for User1. If no user is specified, brb is set as the recipient, so all users that are logged in will receive the message.
tsmsg sessionid user1 /SERVER:telyum.corp/
sends a message to all users that are logged in on the server that telyum.corp is in.
tsmsg sessionid user1 /SERVER:servername *
sends a message to all users that are logged in on the server servername and it’s children.


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System Requirements For TSMsg:

Processor: Intel Core i5-8400
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
Screen Resolution: 1280 x 800
Network: Broadband Internet connection (Broadband recommended)
Additional Notes:
If you experience blurry text or visual issues, this may be due to your operating system or graphics drivers.
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