finding programs running by all users logged on to windows server 2008

Hi Experts,
 Needs an urgent solution to this problem. I have one machine at my home which is win xp sp2  and another at my office which is windows server 2008 (stand alone server with no roles configured). Last night I logged on from home machine to my office machine (through VPN connection) and and opened an acrobat form which I filled half and needs to fill the rest of the form before I print this out. This form can't be saved . I need to open that form. Is there a way by which I can go back to that form from my office machine . I disconnected the connection from my home but the program which in this case was acrobat was still running . How should I do this .

Thx in advance
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Assuming that you are using the same username and password from both your home and office connections you should be able to do the following. From one session on the server bring up task manager and select the tab that is labelled users. Once in there you should hopefully see several sessions from the username you used. On this screen you should be able to right click and select connect to reconnect to the session you started from home.

If on the users tab in task manager you do not see multiple sessions then I am affraid your session probably timed out/ended and your form data will probably be lost.

By default you are allowd 2 remote sessions to a sever not running remote desktop servers and 1 console session locally on the box for 3 simultaneous connections.

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satinderp_singhAuthor Commented:
Thx xxdcmast. This sorted out the issue. Thx for your help mate.
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