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XP rdp session requires double login

Posted on 2015-02-12
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I have an XP thin client connecting to a 2008 R2 server.  It is requiring the people to enter their credentials twice.  Once for the RD gateway and once for the RD server.  This did not happen on their old 2003 box so something security wise changed.  I have the check box for use credentials for RD gateway checked, but that doesn't seem to be working.  Any ideas?
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by:Dilip Patidar
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Please recreate the user and try it again.

If not working then removed from AD and join again if AD in picture.
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by:sidelogic
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ummm, this has nothing to do with AD.  This is a thin client not on the domain at all.
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I found a work around for those trying to do this later!  I had to take the uninstaller for the 7.0 RDP protocol off another machine and run it on the thin client.  It downgrades the RDP client back to 6.1 and now it works with one login instead of having to do it twice.
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Found own solution.  Thanks!
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