Will that create issues? BrowseInterestsBiography & MemoirBusiness & LeadershipFiction & LiteraturePolitics & EconomyHealth & WellnessSociety & CultureHappiness & Self-HelpMystery, Thriller & CrimeHistoryYoung AdultBrowse byBooksAudiobooksNews & MagazinesSheet MusicBrowse allUploadSign inJoinEnable Multiple Concurrent Remote Desktop Connections or on May 24, 2008 at 2:43 am | Reply windows xp upgrade […] my old patch was broken few days ago when I upgraded my copy of windows to SP3. I just purchased a machine with XP Pro SP3 already installed and installed your patch. his comment is here
To do CTRL-ALT-DEL use CTRL-ALT-END instead. Jason Golod Reply August 28, 2006 That is why I use it Don Grybb Reply August 28, 2006 Jason- I don't know if you can help but here goes. VMware Workstation and other IT tutorials.Free Stuff – Free virtualization utilities, ESXi Free, Monitoring and free backup utilities for ESXi and Hyper-V. ANy suggestions?
This one drove me batty for over a week. Thanks on July 3, 2008 at 9:20 pm | Reply David Levin Looks like the Nvidia driver issue still persists. I did a test and renamed it to termsrv1.bak and it came right back at the bottom as termsrv.dll.
You are a lifesaver 😀 on September 5, 2008 at 8:33 am | Reply Khu That's work. When working for an organization and using W2008 (R2), W2012 (R2) servers as file systems, DCs, and where you work with several admins in a team, this setting is handy.For the I found that there are several other registry keys that need to be modified in addition to EnableConcurrentSessions. Allow Multiple Remote Desktop Connections Server 2008 Go to \Windows\System32 folder and rename termsrv.dll to termsrv.dll.bak 2.
Regards, Hatuey on November 18, 2009 at 1:03 am | Reply Eric R Works like a charm. Multiple Remote Desktop Sessions Windows 10 You might want to look at . . . Is there a problem with the server? Steve SelfMan Reply May 27, 2006 You should be carefull… The TerminalserverNoRestrPatch contains a trojan - Win32/Agent.JH Steve Reply June 6, 2006 I'm having trouble restarting TermServ.
Pls follow the instructions in the readme file (can be found inside the rar) explaining how to install the patch (in general it involves copying the file to the system32 dir). Multiple Rdp Sessions Windows Xp Under Remote Desktop, select one of the three options. Now you just need to enable incoming remote desktop connections. You can find all of the reg keys that need to be edited in the zip file linked by the poster "web tasarım", check the TS Reg Patch.reg file.
you are an idiot too.. It worked great for me 🙂 >> You can fix this bug by increasing the size of the session image space via a registry key.� Add the following key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Multiple Rdp Sessions Windows 7 although I ran into a slight problem but which was easily cured. Universaltermsrvpatch-x64.exe Download Many thanks, i got worried when i didn't get multiuser to work after installing sp3.
Zack Reply February 16, 2007 This just beta test release by Microsoft in beta sp2. this content I am an IT professional. Oh well,…. Now I can finally accomplish this thanx to you "STUPID" guys (as you were called by the two morons). Concurrent Rdp Patcher
However, it seems that every time I reboot, the AllowMultipleTSSessions value gets reset from 0 to 1. You know if you have this issue if your event log indicates new "information" events with the following data: Application popup: : \SystemRoot\System32\RDPDD.dll failed to load According to multiple threads the how can i find it? http://comvurgent.com/remote-desktop/where-is-remote-desktop-in-windows-xp.html However in XP when I do that, I get kicked out of one session.
Also, one other issue I had was that I had to manually copy the termsrv.dll file into C:\Windows\System32 as well (same as Wendra a few posts back). Universal Termsrv.dll Patch Fimo Reply April 6, 2008 seems good..it works for me too..thanks for the post.. How can I reverse these changes?
Any workaround to this? As I’ve been testing on W7 Enterprise – N based VM, the first tool called Concurrent RDP patcher wasn’t supported on that particular Windows type.The tool which I retained is a on September 1, 2008 at 6:29 am | Reply cworld: Windows Administration […] Enabling Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions on Windows XP SP3 - Patch file included […] on September 2, 2008 Termsrv.dll Patch For Windows 7 (32/64 Bit) TV is too blurry as the only monitor.
HELP! Its great!! I followed the instructions carefully but still the server does not allow simultaneous logon using the same username. http://comvurgent.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-shutdown-windows-10.html Please update.
But there are other programs, less complicated, but still very efficient, like ThinPoint.It all depends on how you are planing to use concurrent connection to your machine really. Montgomerie Links- Enjoy playing golf at one from the best resort golf courses in Danang. The machine I have this hack on is a "server" machine. thanks for the tutorial, really help us.
on January 25, 2009 at 9:58 pm | Reply Ali Dear friend, Many thanks in advanced for your all explaination and advising. I'd be fine with getting it back to allowing only 1 concurrent session. on May 21, 2008 at 8:16 pm | Reply trackbacker alonb, thanks for responding. on July 6, 2009 at 11:03 am | Reply NetGeek If you are facing too much problems getting this to work, you can always download a copy of ThinServer software from
There are no error messages either.. ?? how can allow login remotely access xp with limited account (user). 2).concurrent access in more easy way. Set the Startup Type to Manual. To ensure that multiple or unlimited Remote Desktop connection sessions is allowed in AD domain environment, the value data for “AllowMultipleTSSessions” has to be set to “1″ on each system startup.
on June 24, 2008 at 6:38 pm | Reply Shane "Upgraded" to Sp3 yesterday. Wanted to try out. Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 14:00:15 GMT by s_xt25 (squid/3.5.23) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection Lee Childress Reply April 11, 2007 YOU GUYS ARE ALL STUPID..
Select Terminal Services from the list and double click it or right-click -> Properties. Wayne Reply August 17, 2006 I am using Windows XP Pro SP1, but it seems not working for SP1. on January 21, 2009 at 7:45 pm | Reply kai_walker If the Windows XP computer is connected to a domain on local networks, Windows will set the value of the regkey Got it?
i finally read the post that said you had to go into the i386 folder to replace the dll file. Just because they are too stupid to follow instructions on a useful site like this, or have to much damn money. Virtualization Software from VMwareVMware vSphere 6.5 Essentials PLUS - vMotion, vSphere Replication, VDP....Included VMware vSphere 6.5 Essentials - Good way to start.