Let us suppose you were trying to use remote desktop or launch a remote app to connect to a server computer. In order to log in you must first type the domain name and then a slash and then the user name. I can program the web pages for the remote app rdweb thing such that you don't need the domain name (it will add it in behind the scenes), but when the remoteapp is launched and the user must sign in again the domain name is necessary.
Is there any way to make windows just use a default domain name and not require it if you just type in the user name?
I have Windows Server 2012 R2 installed. It is a standalone server with rd web access installed, rd connection broker, and a rd session host. I have no rd gateway installed. I use a different server for the rd licensing host and the domain name server.