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    Ghost sessions

    Hi,

    This might have been discussed but I can't realy find an answer, sorry if it has, hope someone will point me in the right direction.

    We have a problem where if a user logs on and then the machine crashes or is switched off, the server still seems to think that the user is logged on and will not alow them to logon anywhere else, a sort of ghost session,

    How do i get the server to realise that the user is not logged on and release or the remove the session so that they can logon again.

    We are using Windows server 2003 std edn along with winsuite if that helps

    Thanks in advance

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