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Is there a way in windows server 2003 for a remote desktop session, in Remote Administration Mode, to not give an error about exceeding licence and rather end someone's session?

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Nope.  Think about the furor that would be raised by customers who -don't- want their sessions forcibly ended by another admin trying to log on.  :-)

If you're having issues with admis leaving idle sessions logged in, you can set an idle timeout via Group Policy.
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