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error msg:  Multiple connections to a server by the same user, using more than one user name, not allowed

Posted on 2009-05-19
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Started Backup exec environment check:
Dedicated Powervault backup win 2003 enterprise server shows message stating :
"This application is being run in a Terminal Services client in Remote administration mode"  which is not recommended."
How do I change this server so it is no longer a TS client and will optimally function as the dedicated backup server?
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LUKE

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by:cgordon81
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your connecting via RDP when running backup exec as opposed to being physically at server, you can go to your TS client licensing i believe under administrative tools under ctrl panel to change # of licenses but i dont think that's what your after.  Backup Exec itself runs as a service when backing up and never runs in a TS environment, but when you open the media library it runs through RDP if your not physically at server and using remote desktop.  It also sounds like your leaving sessions open and disconnecting as opposed to logging off other RDP sessions.

Chris
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I reinstalled thee OS and chose file server as role and that ended the problem.  Thanks LUKE
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please close this question
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