Login with RemoteDesktop WITHOUT exit remote session possible?

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  1. pstein

    pstein Honorable Member

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    Assume a remote user (needing help) is logged in at a remote computer.

    Now I am connecting from local computer to the remote computer by using the built-in RemoteDesktop Tool
    and using his login account (password known).

    At the moment when I login the session on the remote computer is automatically closed. the remote user cannot see anymore what I am doing.

    Can I change this?

    Can I connect through RemoteDesktop tool and let the remote user stay in his session?

    I don't want to create a second account but use the remote users account.

    Other remote desktop tools (e.g. TeamViewer) can handle this.

    So it should be possible with RD as well....

    Peter
     
  2. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    As far as I know, what you seem to want to do is called "Shadow the Console Session" and as i recall this is only possible using Windows Server running Terminal Services.
    So your best bet is to stick with something like TeamViewer as you've mentioned above.
     
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