Samba version 2.0.7 and Win 2000 Terminal Server

Kevin Whitney Kevin.Whitney at
Wed Feb 14 12:58:34 GMT 2001

	The term generally used by MS is 'virtual circuits'
	per connection.  Look for registry entries that
	set the number of virtual circuits (users) per
	machine connection.  Set it to 1.

	Kevin Whitney

"MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1)" wrote:
> Hi Viken,
> That's true - The Win2k terminal services does not accept this registry
> hack.  This has been brought up to MS several times, but so far I don't
> think it is 'in plan' for them to change this.
> Sorry, but you're not alone!
> Don
> -----Original Message-----
> From: olav.viken at [mailto:olav.viken at]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 8:42 AM
> To: samba at
> Subject: Samba version 2.0.7 and Win 2000 Terminal Server
> I am experiencing a problem with Samba 2.0.7 and Windows 2000 Terminal
> Server.
> Due to the fact that Samba spawns one server process per client's IP
> address, users on the terminal server shares the same process on the
> Samba-server.  This fact is causing me problems.  I want each user to have
> its own process.  I have looked around, and found that a registry setting
> on
> the terminal Server would fix this problem.
> [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Rdr\Parameters]
> "MultipleUsersOnConnection"=dword:00000000
> I did this, but still all users shares the same process on the Samba
> Server.  I have read somewhere that the above settings only would help if
> the terminal
> server was running NT 4.0.
> If anyone could help me with this one, I would be thankful.
> Best regards
> Olav Viken

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