How to prevent session stealing?

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We have a server machine without keyboard or display.
We work on it thru remote desktop, all with teh same user.

However, if a colleague is working on the machine and I start remote
desktop to the server, I take over his session. We do not want that
behaviour, we want to be notified. Is there a setting for that?

Jens Martin Schlatter
 
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Not that I know of.

Windows assumes that each user corresponds to one account. If you're all
logging in under the same account, then windows will assume that you're no
longer using the first session when a second session logs in.

Matt Gibson - GSEC

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> We have a server machine without keyboard or display.
> We work on it thru remote desktop, all with teh same user.
>
> However, if a colleague is working on the machine and I start remote
> desktop to the server, I take over his session. We do not want that
> behaviour, we want to be notified. Is there a setting for that?
>
> Jens Martin Schlatter
>