Need RDC to ask for creds on Thin Client

Hi,

I have published some remoteapps with W08R2. On XP/W7 I click on desktop shortcut and it ask for creds straight away and I log on using Ad account details.
On XP enbedded HP Thin Client it tries to log on under the windows account. (see pic attached)
I need the Thin Client RDC to "Always ask for Credntential"
I upgraded the RDP to v7 but made no difference.

Can anyone help?

-Thanks. RDC scrn shot
ggnttAsked:
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
You will need to edit the shortcut on your ThinClient to reflect your desired change.  For whatever reason, it defaults to logged on credentials from ThinClient.

DrUltima
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ggnttAuthor Commented:
Thanks DrUltima, but that screen shot is the properties of the RemoteApp shortcut on theThinClient desktop.


-GNS
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
You should be able to edit that (not properties, but right-click --> edit) while logged in administrative mode.
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ggnttAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Sorry, I typed that wrong, the screen shot is when I go to edit.

On XP Pro machines the "Always Ask for credentials" is not greyed out!

-GNS
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
Can you take a screen task of the Windows 7 edit function?  It would help me to see what is going on....
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ggnttAuthor Commented:
Hi All,

How I fixed it,

Run RDP client, the nornal one in windows. Type in the server name and your logon details and save them. Then connect. When connected log off as normal. Then click on the remote app and it with use the connection details from the saved RDP sesson.

Sorry for delay.

Thanks all that replied.
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ggnttAuthor Commented:
Hi All,

How I fixed it,

Run RDP client, the nornal one in windows. Type in the server name and your logon details and save them. Then connect. When connected log off as normal. Then click on the remote app and it with use the connection details from the saved RDP sesson.

Sorry for delay.

Thanks all that replied.
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