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I have a Server 2008 with Terminal Server installed on it. I have a group of 2 that are part of a terminal server farm. The Application im running on the terminal server has been turned into a remote app.

Everything works as its suppose to, but one issue. When I sign in to the remote app the first time, it says

your credentials did not work, your administrator is not allowing you to save your credentials, please login.
After supplying a login it allows you to login.

I need to be able to save the credentials
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pls check if the following is unchecked:
Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Terminalservives Configuration -> right mouse button on your RDP-protocol -> properties -> Logon settings -> Always prompt for password

This should be unchecked in your environment.

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