|My Boy Benny|
I go to log back in and get the dreaded error that the terminal sever has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections.
Now I was stuck. I had to have access to the server, and didn't feel like calling our server team to have them reset the connection.
A moment of Googling found the answer!
query session /server:[server name or ip]
will display a list of connections to a server
C:\>query session /server:someserver
SESSIONNAME USERNAME ID STATE TYPE DEVICE
console 0 Conn wdcon
rdp-tcp 65536 Listen rdpwd
rdp-tcp#8 Andrew 1 Active rdpwd
Find the ID of the connection you need to terminate, and issue the following command.
C:\>reset session 1 /server:someserver
Viola, you're back in business.
Thanks to the HowToGeek for the info!