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Termsrv.dll Patch for Windows 7 64-bit: A Guide to Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions



How to Patch termsrv.dll for Enabling Concurrent Remote Desktop Sessions on Windows 7 64-bit




Do you want to access your Windows 7 computer remotely from multiple devices at the same time? Do you want to share your Windows 7 computer with other users without logging them off? Do you want to enhance your productivity and collaboration with remote desktop sessions? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to patch your termsrv.dll file.




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Introduction




Termsrv.dll is a system file that controls the Remote Desktop Service (RDS) on Windows operating systems. RDS allows users to connect to a remote computer over a network and access its desktop, applications, files, and resources. However, by default, RDS only allows one user to connect to a remote computer at a time. This means that if another user tries to connect to the same computer, the first user will be disconnected or logged off.


This limitation can be inconvenient and frustrating for many users who want to use remote desktop sessions for various purposes. For example, you may want to access your home computer from your work computer and your smartphone simultaneously. Or you may want to allow multiple users to access your computer for training or troubleshooting purposes. Or you may want to run multiple applications or tasks on different remote desktop sessions without affecting each other.


To overcome this limitation, you need to patch your termsrv.dll file. Patching termsrv.dll means modifying some of its code or data to enable concurrent remote desktop sessions. This means that you can connect to your Windows 7 computer from multiple devices or users at the same time without interrupting each other. Patching termsrv.dll can bring you many benefits, such as: - Increased productivity and efficiency: You can work on different tasks or projects on different remote desktop sessions without switching between them. - Enhanced collaboration and communication: You can share your computer with other users for teamwork, training, or support purposes. - Improved security and privacy: You can control who can access your computer and what they can do on it with remote desktop settings and permissions. However, patching termsrv.dll also comes with some challenges and risks, such as: - Compatibility and stability issues: Patching termsrv.dll may cause some errors or conflicts with other system files or applications. It may also affect the performance or reliability of your computer or network. - Legal and ethical issues: Patching termsrv.dll may violate the terms and conditions of your Windows license agreement. It may also expose your computer to unauthorized access or misuse by other users. - Technical and operational issues: Patching termsrv.dll requires some technical knowledge and skills. It also requires some backup and restore procedures in case something goes wrong. Therefore, before you patch your termsrv.dll file, you need to meet some requirements and prerequisites, such as: - A Windows 7 64-bit operating system with Service Pack 1 installed - A valid Windows license and activation - A backup of your system and data - A reliable internet connection - An administrator account and password - A compatible patching tool or method In this article, we will show you three methods of patching termsrv.dll for enabling concurrent remote desktop sessions on Windows 7 64-bit. These methods are: - Using TermsrvPatcher - Using RDPWrapper - Using Manual Hex Editing We will explain each method in detail, including how to download, install, use, and configure them. We will also provide some screenshots and examples to guide you through the process. By the end of this article, you will be able to patch your termsrv.dll file and enjoy concurrent remote desktop sessions on your Windows 7 computer. Method 1: Using TermsrvPatcher




TermsrvPatcher is a free and easy-to-use tool that can automatically patch your termsrv.dll file for enabling concurrent remote desktop sessions on Windows 7 64-bit. It can also configure your remote desktop settings and add a scheduled task to patch your termsrv.dll file at startup. TermsrvPatcher is based on the original Universal Termsrv.dll Patch by DeepXW.


How to download and install TermsrvPatcher




To download and install TermsrvPatcher, follow these steps:



  • Go to the TermsrvPatcher GitHub page and click on the Releases tab.



  • Download the latest version of TermsrvPatcher.zip file to your computer.



  • Extract the TermsrvPatcher.zip file to a folder of your choice.



  • Right-click on the TermsrvPatcher.exe file and select Run as administrator.



  • If prompted by User Account Control (UAC), click Yes.



You should see the TermsrvPatcher window as shown below:



How to use TermsrvPatcher to patch termsrv.dll




To use TermsrvPatcher to patch termsrv.dll, follow these steps:



  • In the TermsrvPatcher window, click on the Patch button.



  • If prompted by UAC, click Yes.



  • Wait for the patching process to complete. You should see a message saying Patch successful!.



  • Click on the Restart button to restart your computer.



Congratulations! You have successfully patched your termsrv.dll file using TermsrvPatcher.


How to configure remote desktop settings with TermsrvPatcher




To configure your remote desktop settings with TermsrvPatcher, follow these steps:



  • In the TermsrvPatcher window, click on the RDP Settings button.



  • If prompted by UAC, click Yes.



You should see the Remote Desktop Settings window as shown below:


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