The setup: I have an office PC running Windows XP. However, I usually have to work at (i.e., be physically present at) various labs, where there are lab PCs. In order to still have all my programs and scripts available, I open a remote desktop connection from the lab PC to the office PC.
The problem: The lab PCs are shared between many users, and sometimes co-workers open a remote desktop session to them. If I am running a full-screen remote session from the lab PC to my office PC at that moment, then the co-worker unkowingly lands on the desktop of my Office PC, and hilarity ensues.
The temporary work-around: I tend to disable incoming remote connections while I am at the lab PCs. (Right click on "Workspace", choose the "Remote" tab, unclick the "Allow incoming Remote connections" checkbox). However, I also tend to forget to re-enable them, which makes my co-workers unhappy.
Is there any better solution? A permament setting that disallows "forwarding" of the remote desktop session? Or a script, maybe, that disables incoming remote desktop connections while the outgoing connection is active?