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Hello everyone,

Before I start deploying Windows  2012 servers, I wonder if, same in the previous versions,  it came with two (2) built-in RDP connections.  They will be use for admin logon only.   Just to be sure, there is no need to buy TS licenses !

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Seth Simmons earned 500 total points
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yes, still allows for 2 admin connections
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Thank you !
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