You can only have one instance Runtime per logged-in user. If you are using a single machine to allow multiple users to login to their own session, then all but one of the sessions (possibly all) would be at the lock screen (which might affect how the applications you are automating operate). Someone in the community may have specific experience with using TS in this manner.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 27 Jul 2018 5:16 EDT
Hector Serrano Martinez de Guereñu (HectorSMG)
I supposed that in that scenario, for Pega 7 with its role of orchestrator in a RPA solution, just one runtime machine is visible despite in this machine could be logged-in several users. I think it is like this because Pega 7 recognizes runtime machines by its computer name.
Correct? Anyone with more ideas or experience on Terminal Services?