RDP Concurrent Sessions - Memory usage

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by waldemart, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. waldemart

    waldemart MDL Novice

    Feb 24, 2010

    I am on a x200 Thinkpad (Core2 Duo) with Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 with 4GB of RAM. I have applied the the Concurrent RDP sessions patch that is published here at techspot and the one from expert windows forums (I am not yet allowed to post links)

    The issue I have with this is that I can log on to my computer with concurrent sessions but when I do, the memory usage jumps up to 100%. Before the second session was started it was around 50 %. This results in ressource related error messages when starting programs. Unfortunately, I cannot see which program is causing this, not even in task manager (as admin), Ressource Monitor, or Process Explorer.

    The system is running the follwoing software on start up
    - Bitvise SSH Server
    - Symantec Endpoint Protection (changed to that coming from AVG)
    - Teamviewer
    - VirtualCloneDrive
    - Squeezebox Server (Logitech Media Server)
    - Sabnzbd as service
    - Dataram RAMdisk

    Anyone with similar issues or even a solution? :)

    Thanks guys!
  2. Rainey

    Rainey MDL Novice

    Apr 27, 2011
    Well it is using memory.
    One session uses 50% so two would use 100%.
    Sounds like you need more memory. Win seven uses about 2 Gig minumum, so 4GB is lower for two sessions
  3. anarchist9027

    anarchist9027 MDL Expert

    Oct 30, 2010
    I would pack out as much memory as you can if you can get more than 4 GB of ram