How to Enable Concurrent Sessions in Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta
Continuing MissingRemote’s tradition of providing you guys the patches necessary to enable Concurrent Sessions, we’ve created a new thread for Windows 7 Service Pack 1. The process below has been confirmed working with the Beta versions of Windows7 Ultimate, Professional, Home Premium and Enterprise Editions, x86 & X64 build 7601, Service Pack Build 178.
One of the most popular articles ever at MissingRemote.com has been our guide on how to enable Concurrent Sessions for Windows Vista.For those unaware of what it is, enabling Concurrent Sessions allows you to Remote Desktop into a system that someone else is on, under a different user account, and access the system without kicking the user off. I, for example, use the feature to have MCE running on my Television, and then I remote into my main user account to access all my files without interrupting my MCE session. Special thanks to Mikinho for compiling the package below and making this all possible.
The following files and instructions are provided to you at your OWN RISK!! Understand that it is replacing important files, and as always, anything can happen. That being said, if you do have a problem, we have a fantastic community here to help you
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (READ CAREFULLY)
1. First, Download the file attached below (you will need to be registered and logged in.
2. Once downloaded, extract the files into a directory (for the purposes of this guide, it will be assumed that the files have been extracted to the folder C:\Win7RDP )
3. Open Windows Explorer to the above folder
4. Right Click on “install.cmd” and select “Run as Administrator”
5. Wait for the script to run entirely. At the end, you should see something similar to the below…
|If you executed the command successfully, you should see this screen.
For 99.9% of folks, the above steps will be exactly what they arelooking for. However, if you want to customize the abilities a bit,there are certain command strings you can run in addition. To do so,you will need to open a Command Prompt with Administrator Privileges(Start > Run > CMD > Right Click “Run As Administrator”). The other available options are:
|Show this help
|Save as -?
|Enable multiple sessions per user
|Enable remote log on for user accounts that are not password protected
For example, if you wanted to Enable multiple sessions per user, you would follow these steps:
1. Launch a Command Prompt with Administrator priveleges (Start > CMD > Right Click > Run as Administrator)
2. At the C:\Windows\System32 prompt type “cd\Win7RDP”
3. You should now be at the prompt C:\Win7RDP>
4. At the prompt, type: install multi