I'm on a Windows Server 2019. I'm not the one who is responsible for the installation or the security of the setup - I'm just a user with the rights to use the "Administrator" - why ever ...
Anyway, RDP is running fine, I have setup the known parameters so it is possible to use up to 2 sessions to work in parallel.
I have used RDP on other systems. It is usually like that:
- if no session has been started yet (like after a reboot), I get automatically logged in
- if only one of the two sessions is possible, I get automatically logged in
- if both sessions are available (but not used), I have to choose which session I would like to use
- if both sessions are in use or idle, I can force to get one of the sessions if necessary
Now to my problem:
On this system a new session is always created. So after a while, I have many, many disconnected sessions of the user "Administrator". I have tried several things, to limit the number sessions to two; but nothing works. Because this is the only system where I have to use the user "Administrator", I'm not sure if this causes this issue.
Any suggestion/hints/solutions ?