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how to allow more than 1 rdp session to windows 2008

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I have a windows sbs 2008, it is only allowing one RDP session for the same user at a time. Can you please let me know how can I allow to have multiple RDP session for the same user.
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You need to edit the remote desktop session host config and set it to more than one login.

http://www.techieshelp.com/allow-multiple-administrators-to-login-to-server-2008/

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thank you
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