I have a pc/machine that has its own ip address and it can be connected to by certain external PC's through our firewall. User A has a RDP connection from say Germany directly to the PC - his ip number is allowed through our firewall to connect to the PC. He now wants User B to connect at the same time so that User B can see what User A is doing on the screen at the same time and maybe take over the screen to put his input in. I know that you cannot have 2 RDP connections at the same time but what would be the easiest solution to this. I want User A to keep his RDP connection, but I am unsure of what to suggest so that User B can see what is going on at the same time. The Users are not happy to use Real VNC, etc.
Server without terminal server - and that is what I assume this is - allows 2 administrator accounts at the same time, so that is already wrong.
RDP. User B Logs in, goes to RDP management, then iggiebacks on User A's session - that is a standard feature supported by RDP.
Understandable given the orrific support for multi monitors and the really crappy speed that comes when you make screenshots (dramatized).
Unless that is a workstaiotn (Windows 7) it is already there. Both msut be administrators, obviously.