How can I restrict remote users to a single session? single remote session single instance multiple connections reconnection Sometimes it can happen that reconnecting users are not reconnected their disconnected sessions. Instead they get a new session with a separate session ID. By default, remote desktop users are not restricted to a single remote session. You can restrict users to a single remote session by enabled following setting in the XP/VS Terminal Server Administrator: Go to “Options” and enable the setting “Restrict Terminal Services users to a single remote session”. This prevents your users from having multiple sessions at the same time. Related articles Performance Issue with Windows 10? Under Windows 7 the first user logon usually takes less then 35 seconds for each user and the initial user profile weighs approx. 5MB. With Windows 10 this has increased... Are server operating systems supported? Before installing XP/VS Server on a server operating system please make sure that the Terminal Server role and the Terminal Server licensing service are not installed. Issues after recent Windows Updates? Perhaps you have installed some updates on Tuesday (Microsoft Patch-Day) which require new version of XPVS Server. Why can I only connect with my Administrator account? Before installing XP/VS Server on a server operating system please make sure that the Terminal Server role and the Terminal Server licensing service are not installed. How do I configure session time limits? How do I configure session time limits? XP/VS Server and Core Isolation mode What can I do if following error is displayed: ThinRDPSrv is not a valid Win32 application. Azure Virtual Machines Will XP/VS Terminal Server run on Azure virtual machines?