Defect 1: enable end users separately on the Remote Desktop
Defect Description: when using win2000server and win2003 remote terminals for access, the default access method is to create an end user, which does not affect the current user of the server, you cannot see the usage of users who have logged on to the desktop.
In fact, using remote desktop to log on to the server is equivalent to opening one more user login resource, which is a waste of resources. If some services started with the system are enabled when another user logs on, in this way, you cannot enable the Service after logging on to the remote user, which affects the operations on the server.
If you want to log on to the desktop of the current user on the server host, instead of creating a new terminal user, you can use a shortcut to log on to the connection. The command is as follows: % SystemRoot % \ system32 \ mstsc.exe/console, after the server is connected, the current host user will have a black screen. Only remote users can see the desktop, and the desktop is the desktop that was originally logged on to the server.
For example, if the remote user computer system is installed in c: \ WINNT, you can choose Start> RUN> enter c: \ winnt \ system32 \ In the taskbar \Mstsc.exe/console"To achieve the above-mentioned function of not enabling new end users to log on to the remote server.
1. the Windows XP Remote Terminal Service is a single user, that is to say, when you log on to the server through the Remote Desktop service, the local login interface of the server will be black. Therefore, no matter whether you use this parameter or not, you will log on to the current desktop of the host.
2. When enabling the XP Remote Desktop function, make sure that the firewall of the local XP is disabled or the port used by the Remote Desktop Connection is allowed. In addition, you must set a password for the local account, this is because the account used for remote connection must have a password for normal access.
Defect 2: Windows XP Remote Desktop login single user
Defect Description: as mentioned in the bug 1 prompt, the Remote Terminal Service of the XP system is single-user, that is, the local login interface of the server is black when the remote desktop service is used to log on to the server.
Whether you log on locally or remotely, XP allows only one user to operate the computer at the same time. After logon, the previous user will be kicked out of control. (2) I have tried multiple methods, XP cannot allow two users to log on at the same time, whether logging on to two remote desktop connections at the same time or one remote desktop at the same time, whether the two use the same user name, it still does not work if you use different user names.
Step 1: first install the official SP2 version on Windows XP.
Step 2: Prepare an earlier version of SP2 Terminal Server software, because Microsoft originally planned to put multi-user Remote Desktop programs in SP2, but this function was canceled in the latest SP2. The Chinese SP2 test version is hard to find. You can use the English version build 2055. No problems are found after running. Can it be from http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php? S = 85a71ca2987c89886c99733154ae685f & act = attach & type = Post & id = 161513 download the terminal server execution file termsrv. dll of build 2055. Download a file with the extension. DL _ from this link. You can change its extension to a zip file and then unbind it with WinRAR.
Step 3: Start Windows XP in safe mode. If there are multiple operating systems, you can start another system that can access Windows XP partition (unless a third-party tool software is installed, otherwise, Windows 98 cannot access the NTFS partition, so Windows 98 may be useless ). Back up all termsrv. DLL files of the official SP2 version in Windows XP and overwrite them with the termsrv. dll file of build 2055. Generally, termsrv. dll must appear in at least two locations: \ windows \ system32, \ windows \ system32 \ dllcache. If termsrv. dll exists, use termsrv. dll of build 2055.
Step 4: Start Windows XP in normal mode. If the file protection function of the system prompts that the termsrv. dll file has been modified, ask if you want to restore it, and select No.
Step 5: Modify the Registry to add a multi-user license for the terminal server. You can use the following batch command to modify the registry:
@ Echo off
Set regkey = "HKLM \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ Terminal Server \ licensing core"
Reg add % regkey %/V enableconcurrentsessions/T REG_DWORD/D 1/F
Save the preceding content as a batch of command files, such as AA. bat. Double-click and execute it. The effect of the final breakthrough is 3. The modified XP Remote Server allows two different users to log on at the same time, which breaks through Microsoft's system defects.
The Remote Desktop can support concurrent access by multiple users only when the welcome screen is enabled for Windows XP and the quick user switching function is enabled. You can enable them from the following locations: "Control Panel → user account → change the user login or logout method ".
Although there are many articles on the Internet that can solve this problem by running the termsrv. dll file on the terminal server of build 2055. However, this DLL file is very difficult to find. We can download this Remote Desktop Patch program at http://www.sala.pri.ee/termiserv_xpsp2_ I ?_1.0.exe, (4) by installing Windows XP SP2 on a computer without a domain, you can easily break through the restrictions of using Windows XP Remote Desktop by a single user.
We can also use third-party software to solve the problem of multi-user access to the Remote Desktop function in XP. winconnect server developed by bosoft allows us to break through the restrictions and allow multiple users to make a journey to Windows XP at the same time. The latest version of winconnect server is winconnect Server XP, Which is http://www.thinsoftinc.com/download/winconnect-serverxp/setup.exe. the Software size is 8.40mb.
In fact, many system defects of Microsoft have indeed brought a lot of inconvenience to users. However, XP and win2000 pro, as family-oriented users, have restrictions on remote desktop functions, after all, the products for the company's servers are very different from those for home users in terms of applications.