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RemoteApp access thru RDWEB - login fail when using user@mydomain.com format

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Hello experts,

I have a very strange problem using RDWEB access for remoteapp (Windows 2008 R2)

If users log using MYDOMAIN\user_name format, everything works properly.
But if they log using user_name@mydomain.com format, they can connect to RDWEB portal, but they are not able to start remote apps. They get an error message saying that the gateway is not available...

I've searched for logs, but found nothing.
The domain connection seems to be ok. DNS parameters are ok.
Any idea ???

Thanks / BRGDS

Xavier
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Issue solved. IPV6 protocol was unchecked on the AD server network card...
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