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    Hi,

    I have a big problem with the default behaviour of Windows Server Terminal Services that has been a problem to me for some years and I am hoping someone here can help me out, as the pages on MCSEworld on Remote Desktop have already helped me with other problems greatly.

    Ok, the default behaviour is :

    – Connect to a Win2000 or Win2003 Server from a remote desktop client and you get a new instance of the profile. The interactive profile remains with it’s processes running on the system.

    – Connect to a WinXP system from a remote desktop client and you can only take interactive control of the system, i.e. only a single log in instance is allowed unless you use something like WinConnect Server XP to allow multiple instances.

    The problem is that on my home servers, I WANT to be able to login to the interactive account. I have processes running there that I want to interact with, but I CANNOT. I log in as a seperate instance of the profile and I can’t access those processes, such as download manager clients etc. The default behaviours are great, and useful, but I want the option to be able to log onto a server into the interactive account that is currently logged on to that server ! Please, is there a way to do this ? I think that there *MUST* be a way, I just have never ever found out how to do it !

    Thanks for any answers in advance ! :)

    Roy.

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