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AD account gets locked when logging on to a server with RDP, while logged into Citrix over VPN.

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I can establish a VPN connection successfully, and login to a citrix server with my domain account without any issues.  While I'm logged in, I try to RDP into another server and it always locks my account.  It doesn't matter which server I try, or which account I use (domain or local).

This only happens when connecting to the citrix server over VPN.
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Go to Control pannel>>Users>>advanced>>Managed passwords... And ensure you don't have an outdated managed (SAVED) password for RDP connections..
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