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Automatic logon to Remote Server


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Huzz

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Hi Everyone,

at our work place, we decided to make a terminal server and in that we install 2-3 important daily work programs esp accounting ones and others.

so now we thought tht it would have been good if there was a way to login using remote desktop directly without asking the logins again. we want it to use the domain logins credentials and logon on automatically.

so is there any means to logon automatically using the security without supply any Username and Password (in this case the system should be able to detect the user and open a remote session

Thanks in advance

Cheers
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Artellos

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You can.

Open start and hit run...
Type "mstsc" and hit enter.
You'll see the Remote Desktop box come up.
Open the advanced and add the username / password and let it remember the password.
That should fix your issue.
Remember though that this sollution lowers your security!

Regards,
Olrik
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Huzz

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well

its not only one person , its like we planing to do same in library so random people or students can come and login on that computer. ofcrse they are our staff or students.

we have about 400 users so yeah that doesn't solve my problem,may be some policies on Active Directory ?

so please help !
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