Terminal Services Connection Limits

Posted on 2007-10-04
Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I am using the default terminsal services license that comes with Windows Server 2003. I use it to connect to a remote field office. There have been problems with the DSL connection so Terminal Services will disconnect occasionally. However, when this occurrs Terminal Services Manager will keep it as an open connection. Due to the license limitation( 2 connections) , I will eventually have to physically go to that server and reset the connections through Terminal Services Manager.

I would like to create a script that a user on the executes to reset the connections. How would I do this?....Or is there some other way I can accomplish this?

Thanks in advance
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