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which window7 machines are supporting remote desktop connection of microsoft for multi user in same time?

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which window7 machines are supporting remote desktop connection of microsoft for multi user in same time?
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Windows 7 does not support multiple user logins

here is a link to make it happen;

http://www.blogsdna.com/2336/enable-multiple-user-accessconcurrent-user-sessions-for-remote-desktop-on-windows-7.htm
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here is another patch file that can enable it.

http://deepxw.blogspot.com/2009/04/universal-termsrvdll-patch.html
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in windows client you should use 3rd party program or patch
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