RDP sessions requires domain name

RDP sessions requires domain name

I am using RDP to connect to a computer. I will have each time to enter domainname\username to login.
I used to enter just username, but I do not know what has been changed, now I will have to enter DomainName too.
Any idea ?

Thank you
jskfanAsked:
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Scott SilvaNetwork AdministratorCommented:
There are usually a few things that cause this...
A local account on the target with the same name
a local account on the host with the same name
The host not being in the same domain
The logged in user not being a member of the same domain
A trust issue with AD
Not being able to contact AD server and no cached credentials on host.
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DanOwnerCommented:
I use a program, free called mRemoteNG, it's so much easier than RDP

https://mremoteng.soft112.com/
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
Not being able to contact AD server and no cached credentials on host.

it is able to contact AD DC, they can login after typing :domainname\username then password
it should cache the credentials, since user can login when they type domainname\username then password
if they log off , you would think next time they login, they should not have to  type the domainname\
just username and password
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Scott SilvaNetwork AdministratorCommented:
It doesn't work that way. To work without domainname\username, you need several things.

The calling machine needs to be joined to the domain.
The user needs to be logged into that machine as a domain user
The called machine also needs to be joined to the domain
Both machines need to be able to interact enough with the network to pass kerberos tickets...

If just one is not there, you need full credentials...
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The RDP file allows to store the credentials. and even if the remote machine prohibits storing credentials, the user is still kept. So what is the issue with typing the full name once in the RDP (!) settings, store that (maybe in another RDP file instead of the user's Default.RDP), and have it ready?

There are security measures to prevent attacks using only the user name, that might have been the reason it does not work for you anymore. Having to know the domain makes attacks much more difficult ;-):
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
Thank you Guys...
Cannot verify further the issue with the user as he is not reachable.
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