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IIS 6.0 - Windows Authentication

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Hello all.  I am trying to setup remote desktop to a machine.  When I remote desktop into the box I am not on the main domain.  I am pretty sure the main domain is available but not sure how to check if it is?  I selected Integrated windows authentication but it is not prompting me.  I set basic authentication but don't want to have to pass the username and pass in clear text if possible.  

On my local machine I am on the main domain and it does prompt me for my login where I place in [MYDOMAIN]\Username and it works.

Any ideas how I can test first if the domain is accessible and second how do I set the correct windows auth so it prompts.
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Remote desktop is nothing to do with IIS windows authentication.

Remote desktop you can send it encrypted use terminal services manager GUI to configure this.
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Hi,

Are you opening a website through Remote Desktop?
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