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How do I allow a Specific Number of Logins per User to TS Shared Applications

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I am running a shared application through Terminal Services using Windows Server 2008.  Some users are running as many as 5 instances of the application at one time, causing resource issues.  There are many users that legitimately need two instances, so I can't restrict to one.  Can anyone guide me in the procedure to limit each user to two instances of the application, either at the terminal server or group policy level?  Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Dwight
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