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How to Enable Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions on Windows Server 2003 with Universal Termsrv.dll Patch
If you want to allow multiple users to access your Windows Server 2003 machine remotely at the same time, you may need to patch the termsrv.dll file. This file is responsible for limiting the number of concurrent remote desktop sessions on non-server Windows editions. By default, Windows Server 2003 only allows two remote desktop sessions and one console session at a time.
Fortunately, there is a universal termsrv.dll patch that can modify the file and enable concurrent remote desktop sessions on Windows Server 2003. This patch works for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the operating system and supports multiple find/replace patterns and wildcards. It also simplifies the patching process by performing the file write operations as TrustedInstaller and taking care of stopping and starting the Remote Desktop Service.
In this article, we will show you how to use the universal termsrv.dll patch to enable concurrent remote desktop sessions on Windows Server 2003. We will also explain some additional options for configuring remote desktop settings, such as network level authentication, blank password logon, and multiple sessions per user.
Step 1: Download the Universal Termsrv.dll Patch
The universal termsrv.dll patch is available on GitHub[^1^]. You can download it from the link below:
Choose the latest version of the patcher and download the zip file. Extract the zip file to a folder on your Windows Server 2003 machine.
Step 2: Run the Universal Termsrv.dll Patcher
Open the folder where you extracted the zip file and run the TermsrvPatcher.exe file as administrator. You will see a window like this:
The patcher will automatically detect your termsrv.dll file location and version. It will also check if there are any valid patches available in the included Patches.txt file. If there are no valid patches for your termsrv.dll version, you may need to update the Patches.txt file with new patches from online sources[^2^] [^3^].
If there are valid patches for your termsrv.dll version, you can click on the \"Patch\" button to apply them. The patcher will backup your original termsrv.dll file and replace it with a patched one. It will also stop and start the Remote Desktop Service for you.
You will see a message like this when the patching is done:
Step 3: Configure Remote Desktop Settings
The universal termsrv.dll patcher also allows you to configure some remote desktop settings from its interface. You can enable or disable remote desktop, network level authentication, blank password logon, and multiple sessions per user.
To enable remote desktop, check the box next to \"Enable Remote Desktop\". To enable network level authentication, which requires users to authenticate before connecting to your server, check the box next to \"Network Level Authentication\". To allow users to log on remotely with blank passwords, check the box next to \"Allow Blank Password Logon\". To allow users to have more than one session at a time, check the box next to \"Multiple Sessions Per User\".
After changing any of these settings, click on the \"Apply\" button to save them.
Step 4: Add a Scheduled Task (Optional)
If you want to make sure that your termsrv.dll file is always patched after Windows updates, you can add a scheduled task that runs the universal termsrv.dll patcher at startup in unattended mode. This mode will automatically apply any valid patches from the Patches.txt file without showing any user interface.
To add a scheduled task, click on the \"Add Scheduled Task\" button in the patcher window. You will see a message like this:
Scheduled task added successfully aa16f39245