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in Manage Sessions - one user is listed twice- is this normal?

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She's listed once as her workstation machine's name and once as her windows login name.  What would cause this?

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Patty
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This is a very good example of a question that's missing crucial information. What kind of sessions are you trying to manage? What is the program called that's used to manage them? Some services allow multiple sessions per user, while some can be configured not to allow this sort of thing.
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I'm talking about the sessions list when you right-click My Computer on the server and go to Manage. There's a list of sessions, open files, and shared folders.  This lists my users who are currently logged on to the domain.

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Patty
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Mikealcl earned 375 total points
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It's normal for both the machine name and username to be listed if she has any resources from that server open.

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