I installed a new system because I have a better understanding with describing the problem and did not want any previous changes interfer with the debug process.
The VNC server is installed to start automatically. Three consoles are defined; vnc1, vnc2, and vnc3.
The display manager starts but not without errors. I can start a vnc session and logoff will work. I cannot start a second vnc session. As soon as I log in the session will gracefully close. However, I change the config file /etc/xinetd.d/vnc and add AlwaysShared=Yes and then stop the VNC server from automatically starting at IPL. The display manager will fail to start but I am able to start two vnc sessions but logoff does not work. I still can not start a second session when the VNC server starts at IPL time. It appears to not use this config file. I have learned I can start the VNC server at IPL time and manually start a forth vnc server session.
I am going to focus on fixing the VNC server at IPL time. The first vnc session start and behave as I expect. I looked through the menus but did not find any method to change the VNC server configuration with the AlwaysShared parameter. The output for the display manager at IPL time shows probles with configuring gdm display. I will be reviewing the documentation but would not mind more
advice and directions. I did execute the systemd-analyze commands but did not see anything useful but this could be my lack of experience.

Is there a way to append text files to the forum post. I want to avoid pasting in too much information.

Below is the output from the IPL when the VNC server is configured to start at IPL time.

linux234:~ # systemctl status display-manager -l
display-manager.service - X Display Manager
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/display-manager.service; enabled)
Active: active (running) since Sun 2015-01-18 17:33:34 EST; 24h ago
Process: 638 ExecStart=/usr/lib/X11/display-manager start (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Main PID: 698 (gdm)
CGroup: /system.slice/display-manager.service
└─698 /usr/sbin/gdm --no-console

Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmSlaveProxy: Disposing slave proxy
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmSlaveProxy: Killing slave
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmDisplay: display lasted 0.017221 seconds
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmLocalDisplayFactory: display status changed: 4
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmDisplayStore: Unreffing display: 0x9a2ba520
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmLocalDisplayFactory: maximum number of X display failures reached: check X server log for errors
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmDisplay: Disposing display
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmLocalDisplayFactory: Display 0x9a2ba520 disposed
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: GdmDisplay: Finalizing display: /org/gnome/DisplayManager/Displays/_5
Jan 18 17:33:34 linux234 display-manager[638]: ..done