Synapse Syndrome wrote:
> Is there any way to let two users use a [Vista Ultimate] desktop
> machine at the same time?
> Windows Server 2003 allows two concurrent connection through RDP for
> administration mode.
> Also, the later specification for Smart Display 1.5 (Mira), allowed
> the display to use the Windows XP host to run one normal user at
> the computer simultaneously with the Smart Display user.
> I am looking to be able to use my Vista Ultimate desktop machine in
> a similar way. I want to be able to use it normally at the desk
> with one user account, and have a laptop connect to it using RDP in
> another user account.
> When I try this I get a screen saying that the only way I can
> connect would be by knocking off the other user.
> Is there any possible way to do this without using a Windows Server
> machine with Terminal Services?
> I want to avoid compromising and using the same user account through
> something like VNC or TeamViewer.
Having given my first response - I stand by it (no supported method) - but I
did state it was possible for Windows XP using a 'hack' and files from the
beta of SP2.
Have you even searched for a solution on your own?
My first search for "concurrent remote desktop Vista" came up with hacks
similar to those for XP - but 'unsupported' and "risky" are still part of
the equation. After all you are replacing system files with those whose
contents - you do not know where they came from.
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