enabling 2 concurrent RDP connections to x64 Vista Business

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    Hi I am not sure how to put it, but is there way to enable concurrent connections to a Workstation that runs a 64 bit version of Windows Vista Business or its successor. Via RDP or HTTP

    I have read about this post


    This is a real mod, is there not another method to do it ? My goal is to use the same application on a HP ProLiant ML110 G6 which will be running a 64 bit version of either Vista or 7.

    #1694 Reply


    Windows Vista/7 Home,Business,Ultimate doesn’t support concurrent remote desktop connections.

    You can do the following:

    – Perform the modification hack and fear the day a service pack / hotfix arrives.

    – Use Windows Server and pay the price (Maybe check if Windows Home Server can do it as it is cheaper)

    – Use another remote desktop solution like TightVNC

    #1695 Reply


    ok, I hear ya.

    Just curious, what are your thoughts on this hack? Would you regard the hack as safe? Sure it would violate the rights to use this proprietary OS but does the hack pose a security risk to the OS itself?

    PS i am using TightVNC as a alternative when connection to a Home Edition of Vista. I like it but it does not quite allow you to login as another user at the same time the user that is seated behind the keyboard of that PC. Or am I wrong here ?

    #1696 Reply


    With home edition, No concurrent connections allowed.

    Otherwise who will use the pro edition. Got the point?

    Hack isn’t safe at all. If you can access it remotely, anybody can, if they want to.




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