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Remote Desktop Login Twice for Windows Server 2003

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I have Vista Home Premium and use remote desktop to connect to Windows Server 2003 here at work.  When I click connect, I have to login twice... the first time login box has " IP address/ username" instead of just "username" and fails connection. I delete the IP address and User Name(10.0.0.1/JohnDoe) and replace with just UserName in order to successfully log in.  How do I make it default to just the user name?  
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Thanks for your fast response. That did resolve the problem.
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