I have a workstation with Win 7 pro x64 that I can not RDP to unless user logs on locally.
If I restart the PC(or log off the user) I will not be able to RDP to it - unless I have user to log on at the console.
Afterwards it allows me to connect, and it will work until I restart.
- RDP is enabled and the "domain users" are added as users that can connect remotely.
- I have checked Local Security Policy and the "Remote Desktop users" are allowed to logon remotely (and "domain users" are part of "Remote Desktop Users")
- I have disabled the Firewall for the purpose of troubleshooting.
Any ideas how to fix this without rebuilding the PC?
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