We have a Terminal Server that we're deploying for users to login to and use a specific application. This is a Windows 2008 R2 box that is replacing a Windows 2003 server. On the Windows 2003 TS the users are presented with the computer disclaimer and then a username and password login prompt after clicking OK.
On the Windows 2008 R2 TS after accepting the disclaimer they are then presented with two buttons - one to login as themselves and another that is titled Other User. I would like to remove the second button and simply display the username and password login similar to Windows 2003.
I have tried the following GPO settings without much luck
Computer > Policies > Admin > System > Logon
- Hide entry points for Fast user Switching
- Alwanys use classic logon (Looks to only work with computers not on the domain)
Computer > Policies > Windows > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security options
- Interactive logon: Do not display last username (Enabled)
- Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL (Disabled)
Sort of running out of ideas and would be great if someone might be able to suggest something. I haven't found anything under the RDP section in GPO's that even remotely sounds right either - thought I would mention that as on the server console it comes up as required.