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Long story, but this is what I need. On Server 2003 it works fine, but new Server 2008 kicks the active logon off when another (same credentials) logs in.
Where in Server 2008 will there be a restriction?     gpo
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by:Kailash Aghera
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You will need to install "Remote Desktop Services" (formally known as terminal service) on your server.
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Got it.
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Found the issue.
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