RDS 2012 R2 - Front Page login (just want this 1 login) - getting prompted again when click on a published APP

Hi - Just want domain users to log in once - not again when they click an app. - I am using a SAN certificate (dont know if related) the cert seems fine though. - how can i privent this 2nd domain login when any app is clicked?
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Have you enabled and configured the following group policies?
Computer Configuration\Policies\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Connection Client:
Specify SHA1 thumbprints of certificates representing trusted .rdp publishers

Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Credentials Delegation:
Allow delegating default credentials
TERMSRV/*.your.FQDN.com
philb19Author Commented:
thanks Robincm - Yes I have applied both of what you have mentioned after much research online Yes it does assist - However only for Computers that are domain joined (no 2nd login) - The issue I have it still prompts for computers (home) - say my home laptop that I logon to with a local admin account thats not aware of my domain at work - it still prompts for a 2nd logon when i click a published app - thansk again
philb19Author Commented:
the certificate thumbprint is fine solves the trust error - domain or not domain joined

but the password on the published app still presents on non-domian computers

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philb19Author Commented:
This isnt solved realy but helpful in any case
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