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Is there a way to configure XP so that it does not log off the console user when you RDP?

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Just as title.  Thanks.
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Lee W, MVP earned 750 total points
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No, there is no legal way without purchasing third party products.  That would make XP support more than one user at a time.  XP is not a terminal server and Microsoft has not licensed it that way.

If you need multiple people working on one device, you need a terminal server.
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