Modify Server 2016 setting to allow two concurrent Remote Desktop sessions

Please provide me with the instructions on how to modify the Windows Server 2016 settings to allow two concurrent Remote Desktop sessions.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Windows server allows two admin connections by default. No modification is necessary.
Jesse BruffettM&F-ing SorcererCommented:
Install the Terminal Services role.
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
A previous administrator has changed this setting so that there can be only one Remote Desktop session to each server at the same time.

Please provide me with the instructions on how to change this setting back to allow two (2) concurrent Remote Desktop sessions to the same server at the same time.
The previous administrator may have configured this group policy, which you will need to revert. Check it out.

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