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Easier Way to Enable Multiple Remote Desktop Sessions

I came across the "Enabling Multiple Remote Desktop Sessions in Windows XP Professional and Media Center Edition 2005" article today. It shows you how to enable Remote Desktop so that multiple users can connect at the same time. However, the method is complicated, because you have to be in a mode, where Remote Desktop server is not running. Otherwise, you can't overwrite the locked Terminal Services DLL file.

So I sat here pondering how you can perform this task easier, without going through all that process. I think the trick is to boot up the computer using a Linux boot CD to swap out the DLL file on the hard drive. Using this method, the tasks becomes easier, without having to disable and re-enable various services.

Chieh Cheng
Tue, 14 Oct 2008 19:41:39 +0000

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