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Mar 16, 2011

I was trying to access some computers in network via remote desktop. All those computers had been used by other staffs.What I noticed that, for some computers I can access via remote desktop by forcing them to log off (people who were using the computers)But for some computers, I got the message similar to "user is currently logged onto the computer, you are not allowed to connect"I want to force them too and access these computers. How I can do it?

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