As always, those strange quirks of Microsoft to not allow certain things with your operating system most useful see.
In my case, I was using my HTPC for more than just movies, so I wanted two things, firstly allow multiple concurrent users could connect to the same machine and on the other, if possible, to use the same user in several sessions (this is already mine for nonsense ).
Total, that the latter and would be awesome, but is that by default, any Windows, the first thing is impossible, to connect with Remote Desktop to a machine that automatically disconnects the console was in, in my case the default session HTPC, which also is blocked to disconnect you, which does not solve anything.
The solution is to crack the library of the Remote Desktop server, so they did in XP and so is still done in Windows 7, unbeatable seafront but true.
Found around the patch to the latest versions of Windows7, but the downside is that he was prepared for English, so that by attempting to leave the group "Administrators" or stop the service "Remote desktop" Error returned. I changed a bit the script to work with the Spanish versions. You can download it here .
The operation is very simple, it decompresses the file and run the file with administrative privileges install.cmd. To logarlo you know, right click on it and "Run as administrator".
If all goes well change the dll for the patched and restart the Remote Desktop service with the default options, ie, allowing multiple simultaneous users. If we allow multiple sessions of the same user, it must be done otherwise.
Start-> All Programs-> Accessories-> Command Prompt
Executed administrator also how the same system, with the right button. Once there we move to the folder where you unzip the patch and run:
- install. cmd multi
With this you enable the same user multisession.
Now try to connect from another computer with another user (or the same if we have activated the multisession) have two active sessions.
I can I can I use my HTPC to something more useful .