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UPN changes to pre-windows 2000 xxxx\name after first loging with RDC

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hello,

I have clients that are loging into my server through RDP and through RD Web. I have them setup in active directory to login with UPN's ie frank@office.com. After the first login the RDC and the RDWeb will prompt them for passwords from the prewindows 2000 name. server\frank.

How do I change it so that RDC and RDWeb will show UPN or no username after first login?

I am using Windows Server 2008 R2
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I don't believe it is configurable option. The netbios naming convention i.e domain\username is default for the RDC credential window. They can choose to provide other credential and provide the UPN credential.
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