RD Virtualization Host - Auto Login?

I've successfully setup Hyper-V and RD Virtualiation host (along with connection broker)

 

From the RDWeb page, I can choose a VM, and am then prompted for credentials for the RDS Broker (good).

After I enter these, the remote connection is created, and I'm automatically logged into the Virtual Machine as the user I'm logged in as. I do not wish for this to happen. I'd prefer that I be presented with the standard windows login and I manually login (I want to roll this out for users who are performing a single task, and want them to login with local credentials for the virtual machine).

Is this currently possible, to disable the auto-login feature to the VM?
dday515Asked:
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proadminCommented:
It sounds like the password information is getting pushed through. Have you tried having different passwords? That way the password would get declined on the Guest OS and it would require a login?

That may be able to get you fixed up.

I personally don't use your method, I Remote Desktop directly into machine using the RDClient.

Hope that helps!
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