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Windows 2000 TS, restricting users to 1 session

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      12th Nov 2007
Hi all,

I see that there are GPOs that can be set to restrict user creating more
than 1 session for TS in Win 2003, but we have issues with a Win 2000 TS
server. I have also noted that there are GPOs that use keepalive so that
dropped session can be disconnected properly.

We have remote users that connect in via VPN then use TS to run certain
apps. Sometimes the VPN disconnects and the TS session is broken. I have set
the option in the properties of the users so that they SHOULD be able to
reconnect from any client, however, what appear to be happening is that the
user attempts to log back on and a new session is started.

I would like to set Win 2000 TS so that only 1 session can be activated per
user and if a remote connection fails then the user will be able to reconnect
to the correct session.

Is this possible, possibly through registry hacks?


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