Issues with Windows 10 and SBS 2008 Remote Web Workplace (RWW)

Hi Folks,

Today, I added my first ever Windows 10 Pro machine to our SBS 2008 Domain. When I tconnect to this computer via. "Remote Web Workplace" there are couple of issues I've not seen before:

1. Login asks for a "Smart Card". I have to click "Other User" and enter username\password. No other workaround I can see.

2. No way to Log Off or Re-Start machine remotely. The only option is to "Disconnect".

Have any of you folks experienced this before.. is there something I can do? If not, I'll be reverting back to Windows 7.. I guess.

Thanks a lot!
Steve
shood4012IT ManagerAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Win8.x and 10 offer many credential providers. You should disable those that you don't need by GPO as seen here
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GPO >> computer configuration >> administrative templates >> system >> logon | Exclude credential providers

Please enable this policy and input the CLSIDs for smartcard credential provider:

Smartcard Credential Provider  {8bf9a910-a8ff-457f-999f-a5ca10b4a885}

If that does not work, please also exclude

Smartcard Pin Provider  {94596c7e-3744-41ce-893e-bbf09122f76a}
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Quoted a part from https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/ae836d33-da1c-477f-8c98-19577a60a950/with-smart-card-in-reader-how-to-default-to-domain-logon?forum=w7itprosecurity to save ink.
Cris HannaSr IT Support EngineerCommented:
Open an elevated command prompt and type ' shutdown /r.  It will take about one minute before it starts

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McKnifeCommented:
Ah, there was a 2).
Why reboot, simply click the desktop and press ALT F4, that brings up Th menu you are looking for.
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