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  • Jeff Cornick
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    I’m going to do the best I can to explain but I’m fairly new to TS.
    Server 2008 R2
    15 Device CAL’s
    0 User CAL’s (not really needed for us from what I understand)

    user1 is logged in from Computer1.
    user2 logs in from Computer2 and takes over session of user1.
    user1 logs back in from Computer 1 kicking out user2.
    Two different users in AD on two different computers.

    They don’t always log in and take over a session though. I’ve tried to whittle down the scenarios where it happens and I can’t find any sort of pattern to it.

    I’m not sure what else to post here that might be helpful but I’m really scratching my head of how sessions can be taken over from another user.

    Thanks.

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