2016-02-11

RDP as a different user to Localhost on Windows 7

Concurrent sessions is a feature in server editions of Windows that lets more than one user to log on remotely and use the server at the same time. By default in desktop editions when you connect to a remote computer using Remote Desktop it will force the user who is physically sat at the computer to log off. So how to work around this?

In two steps:


  • Crack termsrv.dll, remove the Concurrent Remote Desktop sessions limit, allow multi-user login in XP/Vista at the same time.
  • Connect RDC to IP address 127.0.0.2





REFERENCES:

Original patcher:
TCP-Z, Best TCP/IP Patch: Universal Termsrv.dll Patch V1.0b Build 20090425 Release
http://deepxw.blogspot.fr/2009/04/universal-termsrvdll-patch.html

Article commenting on the patcher:
Enable Concurrent Sessions on Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP (Termsrv.dll)
http://digiex.net/guides-reviews/guides-tutorials/windows-guides/1879-enable-concurrent-sessions-windows-7-windows-vista-windows-xp-termsrv-dll.html

Cached version of the patcher executable:
UniversalTermsrvPatch_20090425.zip (Location 4) (Click to download)
https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C213C8B09441DCD7!48685&authkey=!AAdHghvpV7PZ0oM&ithint=file%2czip

Connect Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Client To Localhost
(see "Method 1: Connect RDC to IP address 127.0.0.2")
http://www.techbuzz.in/connect-remote-desktop-protocol-rdp-client-to-localhost.php


FURTHER READING:

TCP-Z, Best TCP/IP Patch: Say Bye To Half-open TCP Connections Limit In Vista/2008 SP2
http://deepxw.blogspot.fr/2009/05/say-bye-to-half-open-tcp-connections.html

2 comments:

  1. RDP is a good source to share information between 2 pc

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