I have a problem that bothers me for a while.

When there is a user A remotely login my windows computer(win 10), user B will kick user A out if B remotely login with same account.

Can I prevent this condition and let A continues to normally use computer?

I've tried the method in the following website:How to prevent a person B to kick of person A remote desktop connection, on Windows?

But it didn't work...

Please hele me!

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    Different users should use different accounts. Then is just a matter of setting it up to allow concurrent sessions or not, period. If you insist in a bad practice then this superuser.com/a/1481167/653259 and not the most voted answer is what may work. Mar 8, 2022 at 14:35
  • @ChanganAuto Sorry, the method didn't work, too... Mar 8, 2022 at 14:52
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    Unsurprisingly. It was a best effort anyway, based on some assumptions. The point is there's no settings or provisions for such scenario because such scenario shouldn't happen, it's as simple as that. Mar 8, 2022 at 14:55


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