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Terminal server has exceeded the maximum number

Postby chicagotech » Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:15 pm

Q: I found this issue in your web site.
Troubleshooting terminal server issues "The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections" "Terminal Server sessions disabled. Remote logins are currently disabled" ...

The question is how you prevent it and is there any way to login TS even "The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections"?

A: Yes, you may have many options to logon. 1) logon TS console. 2) you may logon another TS first and open TS Manage. Find the disconnected session on the first TS and logoff the users. 3) check this link.

disconnect terminal services sessions remotely
Setup to automatically disconnect after X minutes of idle time. ... and open Terminal Services Manager to disconnect or log off the remote TS sessions. ...

To prevent it, check this how to,

Terminal Server
To end a disconnected session automatically, you may want to enable Override user settings under User session or RDP-Tcp Properties and select End session ...
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