Vista Remote Desktop Connection Authentication FAQ

There has been a lot of feedback about the new authentication features introduced in the latest version of the Remote Desktop Connection client. These features are part of our efforts to improve security for Terminal Services (TS) in Windows Vista and Windows Server code name “Longhorn” , however some users have run into a variety […]
There has been a lot of feedback about the new authentication features introduced in the latest version of the Remote Desktop Connection client. These features are part of our efforts to improve security for Terminal Services (TS) in Windows Vista and Windows Server code name “Longhorn” , however some users have run into a variety of problems that have caused frustration. In order to alleviate some of the frustrations, below is an FAQ on various symptoms users have run into, along with solutions and workarounds.

  1. Prompted for Authentication Twice when connecting to TS in Windows Server 2003
  2. Prompted for Authentication Twice when connecting to TS in Windows 2000 Server
  3. Credentials Entered in TS client rejected when connecting to Windows Server 2003
  4. Saved credentials do not work
  5. Cannot use smart card credentials to logon when running Remote Desktop on XP or Windows Server 2003?
  6. How to remove invalid pre-populated domain names
  7. The pre-populated username in the credentials dialog does not match the username that is in the RDP file?
  8. Can’t change domain name when running Vista Remote Desktop Connection client.
  9. How to eliminate the  ‘Remote Desktop Cannot verify the identity of the computer you want to connect to…” messages
  10. When to use the “enablecredsspsupport:i:0” RDP file option.

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