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    Suggestions on a remote access setup

    I have been playing about for a while with the new Remote Access systems that come with the newer versions of windows server. I have it set up so that I have two virtual machines, one for pupils and one for staff. Now logging onto the remote access website as the correct user shows the correct pc to connect to. But as this is a windows 7 desktop when someone else logs on the first user is prompoted to log off. So I imagine I will have to have a big enough server to host about 20 virtual machines and put them in a pool for users to connect to. Is there a better way to do it?

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    you could setup a server Vm for them to connect to, server will let you have multiple remote sessions. The server doesnt have to have any roles on the domain, can can be setup as a member with no real importance

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