Ran the patch more than once deleted the. It is enough to check the status of things or talk the remote user thru an issue. I sometimes wonder if Microsoft employees use the products they write. Of course, we welcome any feedback on how this latest patcher version works for you. Please use it with care and at your own risk. Previous versions of this patch on the same system allowed more than 4 users, now there is some limit which is imposed.
Setting fSingleSessionPerUser to 1 The operation completed successfully. Maybe others have actually done so. Thanks again for keeping this up! Open Windows Explorer to the above folder 4. Maybe this is a different problem from this patch. It could not start the service during the script but came good on a restart.
Is that correct, or is there a reason to try this again and make sure it finishes? For purposes of what counts as a concurrent connection is that one or two? Could you please let me know what is problem? Please Read The script has been updated. As with all version of windows you need a license for all current users. I like this over vnc programs since the scaling works really well on rdc. If I have got something wrong Maybe the fact that this is a non-english version creates the problem? You can also use TeamViewer from a smartphone. Did I mess up in installing multi? Is this patch supposed to make those options available? If you only see the Remote Assistance box in the Remote tab but not Remote Desktop, that is because there are some restrictions that Microsoft has implemented in your version of Windows. I'm still going to encourage them to go with a better solution but would like to know for my own information.
However, there are many ways to work it out, as you can see in the related threads. All you need to do is to enable it because the Remote Desktop function is disabled by default. After the script concurrent multi-user logging does not work — when my friend tries to log in on his account I get prompt that my session will be disconnected in 30 seconds, or something like that. I would personally send them a beer! Works great but only for Administrators. People have found a way around it by patching terminal services and changing a few registry entries, however I'm interested in changing the settings and registry keys only to revert the operating system to use the old behavior without patching or hacking the files. In the freaking middle of the night.
Not sure what a patch would do though, since the patch info would still need to be changed with the new files, no? Which version and architecture of Windows are you using? Now can some please ease my mind by answering the simple question I asked multiple times here that has gone unanswered but I am sure would be of interest to others. User accounts with a with a Remote Desktop Connection. I figured there was a ttyname equivalent and just needed to know the magic. I tried running Windows Explorer as Admin, but got the same error. Does not work for me win7 Does not work for me win7 enterprise sp1. I had enabled this previously on build 7100 with success. I was finally able to update all the security patches and use this patcher.
I can not thank you enough for the folks that made this tool. I am also looking at the registry entries. As some may know, Windows 7 by default only allows one user session at a time to be active. I know that you explain it very well. I went ahead and enabled multi users. For examle: 3 users : Admin, X1, X2. There is no specific page but several pages around the internet with plenty of old information about the bytes to change.
As it was effectively abandoned by the author after this we have since made further updates to the tool as and when needed. At any given time Microsoft could add this hack to the list to check for, and upon finding it could tag the install as not genuine. Last time this happened in 2014 I was lucky enough to find out online what bytes needed to be patched, so could update the program. I was thinking it would allow me to have 2 concurrent windows sessions on the same computer allowing one person to be on the computer and the other to be in the living room using Windows Media Center without interruption. You have to be an administrator. Output of the install termserv.
Not ideal, but better than nothing. Basically I am trying to control xmbc from my laptop but I want the display to be off the server I have remotely connected too. It works super good but only for one user in the desktop. I get the message that it will kick the person at the console off after running the cmd file with no options. Best regards and thank you for all your efforts! I got the first message showing it was listening at 0.
I'd have though 20 would be enough connections for the number of devices they have but maybe something isn't playing nice and letting go of a connection when it's done. I had to add new rules in the firewall for incoming on port 3391 too. I next tried teh new 2018 patch, but no difference. That way you will control it and whoever is on it can see it. Is that the functionality you were looking for? I am remoting in as a different user than is logged in at the console. Hi I am using this patch on my win7 premium machine which is running my mailserver.
This Windows 7 shared folder will provide connection to around 50 computers. The script did not work — taking ownership for some reason failed. Many times things like scanners or Windows itself will connect more than once. Setting fSingleSessionPerUser to 0 The operation completed successfully. At the prompt, type: install multi We hope you have enjoyed this guide from MissingRemote. However, the reason I got into this stuff in the first place is that I want to be able to change my music from another room.