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By paul ·
I need to stop terminal service users bumping other users off I have a odd setup
I have the server set in device mode and have set up design1, design2, design3,ext1to 3& con 1to3 I have 25 people and they need to log in to the terminal server for about 2 to 10min?s 2 or 3 times a day. I do not want to buy 25 user licence, that is why just the 10 licences,. What is happening is that say design 1 is on I want to stop someone else logging in to design1 and bumping the first user off, but make them go to design2 & if all 3 devices are used up they will have to wait and try again later on.
How can I set this up please? is it possible?

PS sorry for the bad England words

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by Hopi In reply to terminal service users bu ...

The only solution I see is to make a loginscript to the server along this lines;
(User x logs in)
map network drives...
do stuff....
change logon /disable

And logoffscript;
do stuff..
change logon /enable

Good luck!

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Misread you Q so please disregard the first. Have you tryed policy?
Restrict Terminal Services users to a single remote session - This policy is found under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services and can help protect your Terminal server from excessive hogging of resources by preventing users from starting more than one session with the Terminal server. This may be a useful setting to enable in an environment where users are allowed to log on to the network from multiple computers instead of being restricted only to their own desktops.

Anyhow, good luck!

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by Hopi In reply to terminal service users bu ...

The only solution I see is to make a loginscript to the server along this lines;
(User x logs in)
map network drives...
do stuff....
change logon /disable

And logoffscript;
do stuff..
change logon /enable

Good luck!

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