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    One user account but allow it to logon to multiple machines

    Hi there,

    How do I allow one user account to be able to logon to multiple machines at the same time?

    XP Sp3 clients and Server 2008.

    Many thanks (again)

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    you should be able to login to as many machines as you like - enless there is something restricting. GPO maybe?

    Are you running something like cc3/cc4 or vanilla.

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    Vanilla.

    What happens if say user 'test' wants to login when user 'test' is logging off another machine? Won't the profile be locked because the account logging off is updating?

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    I can log into multiple machines simultaneously and you should be able to by default

    Probly worth checking your gpo's to make sure there is nothing restricting it. But i can't see anywhere that would restrict it.

    the only place i've even seen it is on third party apps.
    Last edited by glennda; 2nd November 2011 at 08:25 PM.

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    You could use a mandatory profile for that user, you should'nt get any problems then



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