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Limit number of RDP sessions on a server

Ok, we have one server in our domain that we want to limit the number of RDP sessions it will allow to 1. Would this be accomplished using group policy? The server in question is a Server 2008 machine. Our DC with group policy is a Server 2003 machine
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mrroonieCommented:
Group policy will do it - Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services\Terminal Server\Connections\Limit number of connections
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agruber85Author Commented:
I do not appear to have a connections folder under the Terminal Services folder in Group Policy... I only have these folders: Client/Server data redirection, Encryption and Security, Licensing, Temporary Folders, Client, Sessions Directory, and Sessions.
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mrroonieCommented:
oh sorry, thats for a 2008 policy, not 2003 - hang on i'll find it and get back to you
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GKaloskyCommented:
Have you looked at Terminal Services Configuration -> Connections -> RDP-Tcp -> (right-click) Properties -> Network Adapter?

Change the number of connections from 2 to 1.

You do not need a group policy for this.
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