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Using full UPN to log into windows remote desktop instead of domain

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For desktops running windows 7 and newer is it possible to set it up to allow domain login with the UPN (like jon.smith@contoso.com) as well as the domain and user for the login (like contoso\jon.smith)?
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Sure, just make sure your UPN is equal to the email address.
It will just work fine.
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This is the default behaviour. you can use UPN to login to workstation.
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