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Terminal Services - Limiting users to one session

Posted on 2008-06-18
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We are logging into a Windows 2003 server using remote desktops console in Administrative tools. Seems like the session is not limited to 1 session per user. I checked TS configuration, and under "terminal server settings" i changed "Restrict each user to one session" to yes.. but, still doesn't work..
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by:Michael Worsham
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Are you running the Windows Server 2003 as a Terminal Server? The GPO under the TS configuration is for Terminal Server environments, not just a standard Windows Server 2003 environment.
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by:_-MYFOX-_
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What you have do is right ....
Tray to set the Restrict Terminal Services users to a single remote session group policy to Enabled.
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by:ainsworth_mis
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I tried.. but, when I login, a new session is being created, and it's not taking me to the console session. Thanks for that hint though
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by:Michael Worsham
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How to Connect to and Shadow the Console Session with Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278845
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by:ainsworth_mis
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That's what I thought.. No , we are not running as a TS server
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Michael Worsham earned 125 total points
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Since your running Windows Server 2003, you need to see this EE solution as well...

Difference between MSTSC/console and Remote Desktop Connection
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Remote_Desktop-Terminal_Services/Q_22478245.html
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