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How to Enable Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions in Windows server 2012 r2

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Microsoft offers the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in Windows to allow remote desktop connections, and while most versions of Windows include a RDP client, only the Professional, Ultimate and Server editions offer the RDP server to accept incoming connections.

Unlike server editions of Windows, Microsoft limits the client editions of Windows to one concurrent user, whether remote or local. So if a remote desktop connection is made, no one physically at the PC can use it or even see the desktop without first kicking off the remote user.

Today i am going to show you How to Enable Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions in Windows server 2012 r2

Files description:

RDPWInst.exe RDP Wrapper Library installer/uninstaller

RDPCheck.exe Local RDP Checker (you can check the RDP is working)

RDPConf.exe RDP Wrapper Configuration

install.bat Quick install batch file

uninstall.bat Quick uninstall batch file


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