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allowing multiple remote desktop connections Windows 7

Posted on 2011-02-23
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I have a need to allow multiple Remote Desktop Connections to a Windows 7 Pro machine. I have seen a hack out there that is supposed to allow multiple concurrent sessions. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this and does it really work. Any other suggestion beside purchasing server OS would be appreciated.
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by:Kent W
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You can try the hack, or get Winconnect.  Product by BeTwin, if I remember the name right...
We use it for XP / Win 7, works great.  A little pricey.
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this patch works fine for me, i have uploaded the patch here:

Concurrent-RDP-Patcher.zip
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This is a 64 bit machine. Is this Patcher compatible?
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yes it is 32/64 bit compatible
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