Tuesday, August 07, 2012 6:47 PM
Remote Desktop connection:
(This experience is from Windows 7 remote to Windows Embedded Standard 7 computer)
I used Remote Desktop to try to log on to a Windows 7 (WES7E) computer and someone is already logged on locally, I saw a message like this:
"Another user is currently logged on to this computer. If you continue, this user has to disconnect from this computer. Do you want to continue?"
I click on Yes.
Then I saw "Please wait for [username] to respond". No action
from the logged-on local user, I waited for 30 seconds, then I was able to login the computer and at the same time was able to disconnect the logged-on local user.
1. "Another user is currently logged on to this computer..." message doesn't show me the actual logged-on user name. Is there any way to show the user name in this pop-up message?
2. After waiting for 30 seconds, I was able to login the computer and the logged-on local user is disconnected, however this local user is never been logged-off. I want to logoff the local user
when I made the connection to the computer from remote desktop. Is there any group policy can change the behavior?
- Moved by Mike Dos ZhangMicrosoft Contingent Staff Friday, August 10, 2012 6:11 AM not a Windows Desktop dev question (From:General Windows Desktop Development Issues)
Wednesday, August 08, 2012 6:06 AM
Please use these two forum for asking non-dev issues: