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when i run remote desktop connection to connect to window7 profesonal its connecting fine
however when i reconnect in same time with the same user or other user the first connection session is closed automaticaly, how i can prevent that?
i would like to allow multiple user to connect in same time

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Question by:gvilbis
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by:Lee W, MVP
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You need a terminal server.

Windows 7 is a single user station.  Only one person may be interacting via keyboard and mouse at a time.  Though not in those words, it's in your license agreement.  If you need more, you need a terminal server/remote desktop server.
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This is not supported nativly but if you really want this option try this article http://www.blogsdna.com/2336/enable-multiple-user-accessconcurrent-user-sessions-for-remote-desktop-on-windows-7.htm
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by:gvilbis
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I download the install.cmd and run it but i received a message which says "Your operating system is not support" "Only for windows 7 beta build 7000"
what can be done?
see print screen

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by:gvilbis
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how do i change operating system of "Vostro 230s SlimTower Genuine Windows 7 Professional" to operating system higher then window 7 beta build 7000?
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by:richardburwood
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All this is actually doing is putting a patched termsrv.dll file and updating a few registry settings.

I would suggest downloading the Universal termsrv.dll patcher.

See: http://windows7themes.net/termsrv-dll-patch-for-windows-7-64-bit.html
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by:Sarcast
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Although this technically works, keep in mind that its probably a license violation and probably not the best method to use in a business enviroment.
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by:gvilbis
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I run the UniversalTermsrvPatch-X64,
but i am receiving the below message, i think its because I have 32-bit


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by:gvilbis
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I run the UniversalTermsrvPatch-X64, in order to allow multi users in window7 pro
but i am receiving the below message, i think its because I have 32-bit
what I can do?

thanks



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by:richardburwood
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Run the x86 version of the patcher...
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