you can use RDP Wrapper which acts as a middleman between Terminal Services and Service Control Manager. This way you don’t need to touch termsrv.dll file…
Download and extract RDPWrap-v1.6.zip (or newer), then run install.bat as admin. After installation is completed, run RDPConfig.exe. If all items under Diagnostics are green, you should be good to go.


Multiple RDP (Remote Desktop) sessions in Windows 10

Here’s how:

  1. Open Quick Access in a new window
  2. Select All
  3. Copy
  4. Go to an empty folder
  5. Paste shortcut
  6. Your Quick Access items are now ‘normal’ shortcuts

You can quickly clear the auto-populated entries from Quick Access by using Clear File Explorer history after right-clicking on Quick Access and going to Options:

Finally, you can multi-select File Folders in Quick Access and Unpin them all at once from the right-click menu.

After upgrading to Windows 10, I decided to clear out my Quick Access using above steps, and then incrementally add items back by using the shortcut backup that I created.

    This uses the Media Creation Tool. I was running Tech Preview build 10041 on one of my devices and it wasn’t automatically getting the Windows 10 RTM upgrade, so I used this method instead of waiting for Windows Update…

    1) Go to: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

    2) Select appropriate version to download:

    3) Run the downloaded tool:

    4) Choose “Upgrade this PC now“:

    Wait for download and install to finish: