[RD] Storing credentials for remote desktop
It would be nice if it wouldn't be necessary to enter the logon credentials everytime I want to RDP to a server/computer.
It's also not possible to RDP to multiple servers without having to log on everytime when I switch from server
re-entering credentials EVERY TIME i switch between servers makes this program obsolete even though it's brand new. This is NOT innovation at its best.
Chris Gardner commented
RDP - This tools is not useful if the Connected Username/Password from main page connect can be used to RDP. Also, it appears that an RDP connection is established over and over, so its not useful if it takes 2-3 minutes each time I switch back between various serverss
Russell Johnson commented
Why is Admin Center 1808 not using my Windows credentials but requiring to enter them? Also appears that Powershell can't handle user@domain creds so we have to use the older format domain\user. If WAC won't use our existing credentials, shouldn't the option be removed?
I am already Logged into My computer, so I should not have to enter any credentials in Windows Admin Center, but it constantly says Credentials are not Valid, then displays the correct credentials. Why are they not valid? how do y ou fix SSO to all Nodes in the network?
The credentials are not valid. Verify the username and password are correct and try to reconnect.
Anton Zimin commented
It does not work with user@domain credentials. Try domain\user.
Wout De Roover commented
We also noticed this in every browser when using Remote Desktop in Windows Admin Center
The Microsoft-ServerManagementExperience event log gives the following error:
Unexpected or empty packet received. Type: 8. Size: 0
Hafedh TRIMECHE commented
The credentials are not valid when connecting using Remote desktop from Admin Center interface.
Windows Hyper-v 2016.
You have to reconnect and re-authenticate every time when switching between Remote desktop tab and other tabs on a server. Is it possible to stay in one rdp session?