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How to stop multiple logins on Active Directory Server 2008 R2

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Hi We have Server 2008 R2 as domain controller and using Xenapp 6.0 ,We want to stop multiple logins for users ,please help me as I'm not to familiar with AD.
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hello,  

 In Windows 2008 R2
        Click Start > Administrative Tools > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration.
   

Double click Restrict Each User to a Single Session.
Check Restrict each user to a single session.
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