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Windows 2000 server user terminal loging

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On my download server I use a fanless VIA C3 machine (not so fast) and Win2k server SP3. To the machine is acessed only by terminal connection. First, there was a multiple user accounts, yet now we shrinked it to only one. The problem is, that this is a server and it allow principially unlimited number of desktops for the very same user logged many times :tazz:

Yet this is NOT desirable, since after startup (and any next user logged on is like new startup) of the user, some software is executed and when it happens, it certainly DON't like it.

Therefore, to prevent multiple login on server, designed to accept multiple logins of the very same user - is there any way to disable the possibility??

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance :)
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