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If both sessions are using the same username and application, Terminal Services will always grab the session if one exists. This is a limitation of the licensing in Terminal Services, you must license each user or device, you shouldn't use common/shared credentials for different users.
Thank you for your prompt reply.
if I have my users created in windows 2008 (the same users/password in sgd were created in windows 2008), there any way to automatically resend the user/password from sgd to windows server ..?
above is for to avoid the login prompt in Windows.
By default SGD will try the credentials that you use to login with to login to the windows server.1 person found this helpful
You need to ensure that a domain is set for the application or host object in SGD, otherwise you will get re-prompted for credentials. If you server isn't part of a domain you can use the hostname of the application server.
thank you very much, with its recommendations, SGD worked perfect.