How to Share a Remote Desktop without logging out the 1st user

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Hi, I have application software that has named user licenses. I know I can create a Remote Desktop login that "ties" the license to the Remote Desktop User login name (AppUser1 as an example). However, when a second user want to use the AppUser1 session (to get to the precious named user license) standard RDP logs out the 1st user - which is a real problem. Is there third party software that would stop the logging out of the previous session and instead indicate to the 2nd user that the session is busy and maybe even tell them who is using the session

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The best way is to utilize a remote control software like VNC, logmein, PCAnywhere or such. VNC and logmein are free to use.

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    Is there a problem when creating multiple concurrent sessions?
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