...When I end an MS Remote Desktop Connection session, the local WinXP user has to log back in again manually. Is there a way for me to exit the remote session yet have the local user automatically logged back in when I exit?
I use a .rdp for automatic remote login. But the local user at the PC has to login manually each time when I exit the session remotely. Is there a way for the local user located at the PC to remain logged in or be auto-loged back in again when I exit the remote session from my remote location?
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Last edited by kingkong; Oct 24th, 2012 at 02:28 AM.
i got it,. i don't think if windows xp have that.but in windows server you can remote without log-out of local user by remoting in a different session.
but i used VNC. install vnc server in local PC then you can remote PC using vnc viewer without log-out of the local user.
btw.may i know what purpose you are remoting PC? there many kinds of remoting but it depends what you are trying to do with the PC.
example. installing,getting files,throwing files..etc