Remote Desktop Sessions

I have a windows server 2003 network with 4 technicians. At any one time, you can only logon to the server via remote desktop with two open sessions. Is it possible to increase the amount of possible logon sessions?

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Only possible by setting up your server as a terminal server and buying licences :-)
andrewjones1987Author Commented:
the easy way is to go to manage my server and add the terminal server role in there. this will install the TSE easily for you if you have never worked with TSE.
Then you would need to buy licences so multiple clients can connect.
If you have somewhere an old 2000 server, you could configure that on there as by default if I remember there is no limitations

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Install terminal server license  by  changing  remote administrator mode to application mode, during that time you wil be asked to selet license server name or enable local server,  you will get 120 days trial period.
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