We have 3 RDS Servers set up that staff log into. Each staff member is assigned a server to log into, but occassionally they're asked to change it up, or to move to another if theres an issue on theirs. Also we have people who connect via Android and iPad we have one of the 3 servers set up to be accessible to tablet users.
Our issue exists primarily with these tablet users. They're not so great at remembering to log off when they flip to another app on their device and can forget to go back and save & close the document they have open and when they get back to work and back to their normal server, we're called in to close and save the file and end their session for them.
So what I've been working on is to set up Single Session access. Which I have working for me at this stage. Using the following GPO, if I already have a session open on that server and log in again, my first session is taken over by the second.
Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>Windows Components>Remote Desktop Services>Remote Desktop Session Host>Connections>Restrict Remote Desktop Services users to a single RemoteDesktopServices session>Enabled.
Thats cool, but I can still log into another server and my session on the first one remains.
Is there a way to limit my access to one session across all servers?