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I want to be able to rdp to a win 7 machine and create a second session to make changes without interfering with the user ( except resources ) who is currently using the machine.

What is the best way to do this ......  

Thanks .
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You can only have a single RDP session to a Windows 7 desktop. You cannot run concurrent sessions.
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