I have a virtual machine called Virtual1 in Domain1, configured as Windows 7 64 bit. This is a shared virtual machine, and all my users connect to it with the same ID and Password.
It’s configured to allow only one connection at a time. So only one user users that virtual machine at any given time.
I needed to have a shortcut setup in that VM, Virtual1 ,that points to a folder in Server2 (this server run windows 2008 R2). This server has a different domain with its own AD.
I have created the shortcut.
The question is: How do I manage to leave the shortcut at the desktop of Virtual1, and ALWAYS ask for credentials when double-clicked?
By ALWAYS, I mean that if the user closes the remote connection (without logging off) I don’t want the next user who logs onto the shared Virtual1 to INHERIT the credential that the previous user utilized.
Is there something like a timing trigger I can turn on at GP level?
PS.I recreated the ID’s from Domain1 onto the AD in Server2 already. And my users know they need to enter that ID and password when trying to doubleclick on the shortcut.