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Can concurrent sessions with the same username login to Remote Desktop Services?

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I'm looking to deploy Remote Desktop Services on Server 2008R2 or 2012 at a small location. There will be 5 thin clients total. I would like 4 of the thin clients to have the same desktop and login name but I'm not sure if this is possible. It's not a big deal if its not but I'm trying to figure this out before I deploy.
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You can disable single session restriction for by disabling "Restrict each user to single session" option under remote desktop session host configuration.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754762.aspx
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I am sorry I don't know the exact answer, but with our RDP sessions in to the servers I have signed in with the same user name more then once.  I would think it would be fine.
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