I was able to resolve my problem. Here's what I learned. It appears that
LibreOffice creates some sort of session/temp file within the user profile
folder while LO is in use. The user profile folder was located in
c:\users\username\appdata\roaming\LibreOffice\3. When more than one
terminal session was logged in using the same account name LO in each
session is trying to read/write files in the same folder causing conflict.
Looking through documentation, it appears that this path is configurable via
the bootstrap.ini file in C:\Program Files\LibreOffice 3.6\program. There
is a UserInstallation variable in there that utilizes a $SYSUSERCONFIG
variable. My system did not have this env variable set so it was using
whatever the default path was for LibreOffice.
I created a batch script that is run on login that creates an env variable
name SYSUSERCONFIG and points it to a temp file location that is
session-specific. That way each terminal session gets its own path.
This seems to have resolved my problem.
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