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Remote User unable to logon toTerminal Services

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Term Srv is running Windows Server 2003. For the past several months, I am needing to reboot the server to enable users to log on to terminal services. This happens more times than not. It seems that users can logon once remotely, and then they are unable to log on additional times, unless I reboot the server...how efficient is that?
What do you think is causing this issue?
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Sounds like the users are not being logged off of TS after their first session.  I unfortunately don't deal with the inner workings specifically for TS, but check the TS manager to see either if there are users on there for a very long period of time (maybe in idle), or they are listed as disconnected.  

The solution may be as simple as setting a timeout.  The worse thing would probably be to check TS manager every so often and manually logging out users that are idle or disconnected.

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