XP is only a desktop operating system and will only allow one 'session' at a
time when in 'domain' mode. (Note: RDP in XP does not work if you have
'home' style logins) So if person 'X' is logged locally on and person 'Y'
tries to log in (if allowed of course) then he will be wanred that 'X's
'session will be terminated (like an admin unlocking a locked workstation)
if 'Y' continues. If no one was logged on locally then 'Y's session just
starts. Once 'Y' is logged on remotely then no more sessions will be allowed
via RDP (connection refused).
From: danci@... [mailto:danci@...]
Sent: Tuesday, 18 February 2003 9:44 PM
To: Darryn Capes-Davis
Cc: rDesktop List
Subject: RE: [Fwd: RE: [rdesktop-users] how do I setup and configure the w
indows XP client to accept an rDesktop connection...]
On Tue, 18 Feb 2003, Darryn Capes-Davis wrote:
> Now you should see a rmote tab - rest should be obvious.
> Sorry for the confusion :-)
You seem to know XP's RDP stuff - is it true that XP only allows one RDP
connection? Or is it possible to set it up as a multi-user RDP server?
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