SBS 2011 wont let me set RPD to per user.

I am trying to setup a sbs 2011 box to be a remote desktop host per user. However it will not let me change it from Remote desktop for Administration. Any help would be appreciated.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You can try this, Goto user account properties>Account tab>logon to. Here you can give machine name, where you want user to login.
mikesmithccsOwner/OperatorAuthor Commented:
Im sorry I see where i confused you. I am trying to use remote desktop per user. Under the host configuration I am trying to change remote desktop licensing mode to Per User, from for Administration.
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
You CAN'T.  SBS 2011 AND 2008 AND 2003 CANNOT be RDS/TS Hosts.  They have two sessions available for remote management and that's it.  This is in part because DCs cannot (AND SHOULD NOT) be RDS servers.  

You can ADD a server running 2008 R2 and use that for RDS and your SBS CALs will cover that (though you'll still need RDS CALs).  Or you can use 2012 for RDS but then you'll need both Windows CALs and RDS CALs and your SBS CALs won't cover you.

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mikesmithccsOwner/OperatorAuthor Commented:
That is very disappointing to hear. I wasnt the one who deployed this server. I inherited it. I dont have much experience with windows sbs 2011 but this is going to be fun to deal with..... Thank you for the help!!
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