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How do I allow a user to log in on two computers, on Windows Server 2003 SBS?

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We have a new Windows Server 2003 SBS running, and one user needs to be able to log in on two computers during the day.   For some reason, I can't find where I would change the limit from one to two simultaneous logons.
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