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RDC ,Terminal server exceeded maximum number


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zillah

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I have got two PCs (Desktop and Laptop) 2003 server, I have got these users on Desktop :
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pfan-->password : pfan-->Member of Group: Remote Desktop Users
nshoe-->password: nshoe-->Member of Group: Remote Desktop Users

When I tried to login from laptop to Desktop as username:Administrator and its associated password,,there is no problem

When I tried to login from laptop to Desktop as username:pfan (there is no other concurrent (simultenous) remote desktop connection) and its associated password,,I am receiving this error connection:
Terminal server has exceeded maximum number of allowed connection". 

And when I tried to login from laptop to Desktop as username:nshoe (there is no other concurrent (simultenous) remote desktop connection) and its associated password,,I am receiving the same error above.

1- Why Am I recieving this error message ?

2- How many concurrent Remote Desktop Connection for different (obvious for the same user from different PCs, I can not have) users can I have ?

Edited by zillah, 01 May 2006 - 06:53 AM.

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