How to Allow Multiple Remote Desktop Connections in Windows 10

Last Updated on April 26, 2020 by Next Century

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Enabling Concurrent Sessions allows you to Remote Desktop into a PC that someone else is on, under a different user account, and access the system without disconnecting the current logged user

Remember that to remotely connect over the Internet you must configure your router to forward incoming RDP connections to the proper computer IP Address.

To set up multiple Remote Desktop Connections, please follow these steps:

  • Download and install the latest version of RDP Wrapper Library from this website

  • Locate the Install batch file, right click and run as administrator. If prompted click yes to the (UAC)

  • Once the Install batch file finishes, right click and run the RDPConf as administrator to open the Configuration. If prompted click yes to the (UAC).

    The RDP Wrapper Configuration should look something like this:

    You should not need to change anything, click on OK to close.

Now Windows 10 is configured for multiple Remote Desktop Access.

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