prevent losing a terminal session when a second user logs on

prevent losing a terminal session when a second user logs on

Post by TP » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 01:11:18


This the only behavior available when the "Restrict each user to
one session" is set to Yes.

To do what you want, you could use the LockSingleUser2 free
utility in your logon script. For this to work you will need to
set the above restriction setting to No.

Google for more information.

-TP
 
 
 

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