Disconnecting a remote PCAnywhere session

I just read an article in MCP Magazine about diconnecting a remote
PCAnywhere session, and with all the talk recently about the virtues
of PCAnywhere, I thought it may be of value to pass on to the group.
The article provides details on a batch file which will sniff out the
computer and user name of the individual with the open session.
Although it doesn't appear to actually close the PCA session, it
would point you to who has the session open in the event you need
access to the machine.
I am about to post a copy of the article to the files section of the

John Elder
Penn State Tool & Die Corp.