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windows 7 Home Premium can't add Remote Desktop users group

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I receive this error when i try to run other administrator acc. , run it form my admin. acc

The connection was denied becouse the user accounts is not authorized for remote logon

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It's a windows 7 Home Premium can't add Remote Desktop users group,i tried from
system/remote etc...no option there i tried this command:

net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" MyUsername /add

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it said this group doesn't exist
I try to open: lusrmgr.msc to create manually the group ''Local Users and Groups'' but dones't work i receive this:

This computer is running windows 7 home premium.This snapin may not be used with this version of windows

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So how can i create a Remote Desktop Users Group and add me.
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yes i finally know the answer:

Create Remote Desktop Users Group first, if not exist: localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" /add
Add a user to Remote Desktop Users:                             net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" Username /add

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by:john lambert
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thanks boss!
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by:McKnife
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You can't. The home version does not have this feature. Upgrade to pro.
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by:john lambert
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i alerady solved the problem i can add remote desktop suers group but mmm i'm wondering if have effect?
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by:McKnife
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Will have no effect. The home version does not let people connect via RDP. Simply not possible.
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by:john lambert
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ok i upgrade to PRO but....what about my otehr probl?Your computer could not connect to anotehr console session on the remote computer becouse you already have a console session in progress ??its a windows 7 ultimate
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Yes, what about it?
Windows let's you only use one console session at a time.
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by:john lambert
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how to changed that
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by:john lambert
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ok i changed that i will test to connect now 12.7.0.0.1
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still don't let me!!!
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by:john lambert
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all i want  is to run my BAT script...day and night,even if the remote machine is restarted or my acc. is logged off , u betetr read this thread, ufff i really don't now how to solve it

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28984184/i-try-to-run-a-bat-file-with-a-specific-user-even-if-restarts-log-off-with-nssm-help.html
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Not clear. Your description is very confusing. I will not be able to help in your other question.
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