[windows2000] Re: Multiple terminal services sessions

  • From: Daniel Ensor <densor@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 17:21:52 -0000

Cool. Good luck! Can you not use the resource kit to get it running as a
service? I can't remember which tool it is offhand... I know the list can
refresh my memory on this one but it has been mentioned before.

As for your disconnect reconnections, you can set the behaviour of
disconnected session in the CMC in CITRIX, I can't remember re: RDP. This
however is a bit hit and miss.

Have fun

Dan

-----Original Message-----
From: Costanzo, Ray [mailto:rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 30 October 2003 16:28
To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [windows2000] Re: Multiple terminal services sessions


Thank you Dan.  I'm not sure what I've witnessed.  I think what has
caused me confusion is that when I have TS session going on a server in
admin mode, I'll often close the session without logging off, and I'll
~want~ to be able to log back into the same session.  Sometimes I do,
and sometimes I don't.  But, if I understand what you wrote, I think
this may be because I sometimes use RDP and sometimes use ICA.

What prompted this is I got one of my TiVo Series 2's setup on my home
network, and in order for the music streaming to work, the TiVo app on a
computer onthe network has to be running.  This does NOT run as a
service, so someone needs to be logged on to the machine.  Since my XP
machine blue screens when my TiVo tries to access files from it, I setup
a W2K Server and installed the TiVo app on it. I figured I could log in
to a TS session, start the TiVo app, disconnect, and just let that
session run forever and serve my mp3s.  It's not working out too well,
but I don't care.  I don't want it setup that way.  I'm going to get an
old computer with W2K Pro and just let it sit down in the basement
serving mp3s or something.

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Ensor [mailto:densor@xxxxxxxxx] 
> 
> 
> Hi Ray
> 
> If you log into a ts server in remote admin you can have up 
> to two sessions
> open at the same time (different sessions)
> Again in the application mode you will be in a different 
> session, if using
> RDP. If using ICA you need to set-up different ICA connection 
> to get more
> than one. i.e. you can't launch the same ICA connection.
> 
> That's how it has worked for me, what have you witnessed Ray?
> 
> Cheers
> Dan


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