Remote Desktop Automatic Startup Issue

Ok, here is my situation. At my company, we have several mobile users who use laptops to remotely connect to one of our servers via our local Wifi network. We are using Microsoft Remote Desktop. We have the laptops configured through Group Policy so that at bootup, they automatically log in to the local user, start the remote desktop application, and log onto the server using our network credentials. This process works seamlessly....until I reboot. The issue I am having is upon first startup, the unit will boot, login to the local account, start RDP, and login to the server without issue. Then, if the unit is rebooted, it will login to the local acocunt, start RDP, then return an error saying that it cannot find the target computer. However, if the unit is then immediately rebooted a second time, it does not give an error and the process will work. This happens without fail EVERY OTHER time the unit is rebooted. First time it works, after reboot it fails, reboot again and it works, reboot it fails. Every time. I have tried configuring static DNS, adding the server to the hosts file, disabling firewalls, everything I can think of. Has anyone ever seen this before?
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Trent SmithCommented:
I have never seen this but I would suggest looking at the logs and seeing what the issue is.  Is the IP address static or DHCP?
RveiockAuthor Commented:
The laptop is configured with DHCP and the server has a static IP. I have checked the logs but can't find anything that seems to be related to the issue.
Trent SmithCommented:
Have you tried using a static IP address instead of DHCP?  Also use ipconfig /flushdns to get rid of everything that is old in the system.
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RveiockAuthor Commented:
Yes, I tried setting a static IP, however the issue still persists.
Trent SmithCommented:
Is this a wired or a wireless connection?
RveiockAuthor Commented:
It is a wireless connection.
RveiockAuthor Commented:
So far, everything we have tried has not resolved it. We have just decided to go with a wired connection. Even though this is less convenient, it is more efficient.

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Unable to resolve answer.
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