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This article describes how to use Microsoft Windows Server Terminal Services to connect to and shadow a console session. In Windows Server , when you use Terminal Services, you can connect to the console session session 0 , and at the same time, open a shadow session to it as long as you connect from a session other than the console. With this added functionality, you can log on to a Windows Server based server that is running Terminal Services remotely and interact with session 0 as if you were sitting at the physical console of the computer. This session can also be shadowed so that the remote user and the local user at the physical console can see and interact with the same session. When you connect to the console session of a Windows Server based server, no other user has to be already logged on to the console session. Even if no one is logged on to the console, you are logged on just as if you were sitting at the physical console. To connect from the remote Windows Server based computer, open a command prompt, and then type the following command:. When you use this command, you open the Remote Desktop session, and when the logon is authenticated, you are connected to the console session that is running on the Windows Server based server. If a user is currently working on the console session at the computer, you receive the following error message:.
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