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Can you describe what steps you would take if you were given the message that the ‘Terminal Server has Too Many Connections’? What would you do to connect to this Windows server?

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Hopefully the console session is still free (connect with mstsc /admin or mstsc /console depending on which rpd client you're using), and disconnect or log off another user who doesn't mind it. If not, use another server to use tsadmin and connect to the server from within that console so you can disconnect or log off another user.
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Usable solution, thanks!
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