Start regedit, check out the follwoing registry key.
3) Now.If the server is set up as a real Terminal Server (ie not just using the default Administrative Remote Desktop) then the single session per user enforcement should be possible to turn off.8) Go to Start in the search/run box type regedit Or Navigate to Server.The possible values for this setting are as follows: 0x0, allow multiple sessions per user 0x1, force each user to a single session save this, found this.Locate the Restrict Remote Desktop Services users to a single Remote Desktop Services session setting.In Windows Server 2008 this is not possible by default.But the additional problem of never being able to reconnect to the same session seems like an annoying prospect - so setting forced logoff after some time would be essential and.
Server 20 R2 Option 4: Enable Multiple RDP sessions via Group Policy.
Is there any special reason for them to share an account?
11) Now go to Edit Policy Setting set it to Disabled.
Oct152010October 15, 2010October 15, 2010, comments by Thomas Maurer, windows Server 2008: Allow multiple Remote Desktop sessions per user.
Installing Oracle 11g on Cloud (EC2 instance rhel/Centos.x) through command line.Solution, server 2008 R2 Option 1: Enable Multiple RDP sessions from tsconfig.On a domain controller Start in the search/run box type c enter.Either edit an existing, gPO thats linked to your, computers, or create a new one and give it a sensible name.Home active Directory » Windows Server 20 R2 Enable Multiple RDP sessions.CAN have two, rDP sessions at any one time, the restriction is one logon for one account.Start in the search/run box type regedit enter Navigate to: Server, locate the fSingleSessionPerUser value Set it to 0 (Multiple sessions allowed or 1 (Multiple sessions.