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How to avoid user to be connected in remote desktop session and terminal session at the same time in Windows 2008 Terminal Server?

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How to avoid user to be connected in remote desktop session and terminal session at the same time in Windows 2008 Terminal Server?

I want them to be connected either by remote desktop session either by terminal server session but not both.
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A remote desktop session *is* a terminal session. Microsoft simply renamed/rebranded terminal services as remote desktop services.
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Remote Desktop Session and Terminal Session both seems to be same words used by Microsoft. But by referring to below link you can try to restrict user to use only one session at a time.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754762(v=ws.11).aspx

Let us know if this worked for you.
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