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How many individuals can log in on one computer at one time usingf windows
xp? we can only have two? is that the limit?
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On Sun, 7 Nov 2004 16:58:02 -0800, Jim <Jim@discussions.microsoft.com>
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>How many individuals can log in on one computer at one time using windows
>xp? we can only have two? is that the limit?


One. (May I ask how in two people could use the computer at the exact
same time?)

You can use Fast User Switching, to switch between user accounts.


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"Jim" <Jim@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:09BBB440-2233-43A0-BB49-D4BE5CDC5382@microsoft.com...
> How many individuals can log in on one computer at one time usingf windows
> xp? we can only have two? is that the limit?

If your Windows XP machine is not a member of a Domain and you have fast
user switching enabled then you can have as many logged in users as your
machines (memory/CPU) can stand.

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"Jim" <Jim@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:09BBB440-2233-43A0-BB49-D4BE5CDC5382@microsoft.com...
> How many individuals can log in on one computer at one time usingf windows
> xp? we can only have two? is that the limit?
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> Jim
 

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