We have a 2008 r2 server that's everything in one. It's a domain controller plus it runs some applications. I know it's a not a good design but it is what it is.
Since it's a domain controller, it has restrictions on who can access it via RDP. I added bunch of folks to the domain administrator group. When the users login they bump each other off (these are different users with different login and password). It appears that there is only one connection as an admin allowed on the domain controller(?).
The questions is, how can I allow multiple-admin-RDP-connection to the domain controller? Please note that the server is fully licensed up to five connections (which is the number of users that I have).
Edit Folks, the Remote Desktop Session Host is on and the License Server is also running. The license that I mentioned WAS for RDS Not windows. We have five licenses.
We are having issues running more than one RemoteApp at the same time to same server. RemoteApp relies on RDS. Currently, only an administrator can launch the RemoteApp. I suspect this is due to the fact that the server is also a DC. We need to be able to run five connections at the same time all running the RemoteApp. I hope this clarifies things a bit.
If were you guys reading this I would be throwing insults too. But just take it from me...again...it is what it is.
Update Thank you everyone. We demoted the server from DC and now everything works fine. We now can have multi connections at the same time. For the next foolio -> if it's a DC, only administrators can RDP to DC.