Under normal circumstances, only call the computer room management told him to restart the machine.
This will inevitably lead to a certain amount of flow loss, and if the server is in an important situation
Cut it out, that's a big loss!
There may be damage to the server's hardware, and it is possible that important customers are doing important network activity ...
Is there any other way besides restarting the machine? Microsoft thought about this for us.
2003 of servers allow only 2 connected users by default
So that happened.
Help us out today.
Very simply, when there are more than 2 remote terminal connections, on Windows XP or 2003 machines
Run the following command:
MSTSC/CONSOLE/V: Your server IP: remote port
MSTSC/ADMIN/V: Your server IP: remote port
(I am connected in the WIN2003SERVER64 bit)
Enter the login interface, and then enter the user name and password, came in!
Why is this happening?
In Task Manager, there are three users. In fact, they are disconnected. Just because it's not a normal exit.
Just didn't log off.
So after connecting to the WIN2003 server, to exit, be sure to use the "logoff" method.
If this problem is encountered, it is only in the command line.
What are the operational parameters for the specific mstsc? Execute MSTSC/? You can see it all!