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Save access application open in another RDP session

Posted on 2014-01-02
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Hi,
i am developing an access App logged in to a computer using RDP, the computer is not a server but setup to allow multiple RDP log-ins, the problem is that i got disconnected for some reason in middle work and when i re-established the connection a new session had been established instead of connecting to the existing one, so i don't see my open unsaved project, in task manager i do see another RDP instance from my computer but i don't  seem to see how i can connect to it, or atleast to be able to save the application changes outside of session,
 my computer got a part of the network using sonicwall VPN client

Please Help !!

thanks forever !
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Question by:yidel718
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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From your second session, right click on the task bar (or do Ctrl/Alt/End) and start task manager.

Click on the users tab.

On your disconnected session, right click and then select connect.

Jim.
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