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    Good morning!
    I have a question.
    On windows XP, the default is, when remote users log on to the system using terminal services, the currently logged on user is kicked out (prompted before so). If he loges on again, he’ll kick the remotely connected user out.
    So it creates a situation where only one user can work on the machine at the same time, whether interactively or remotely.
    I was wondering if there’s a way to enable the option of more than one user being able to work on the computer…

    Adding the option of a terminal server? is that it? And if so, how?

    thank you!!

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