Remember Domain Logins
Most of us log into servers with domain credentials. The ability of Windows to remember previous domain logins appears to be gone in TPv2, and now requires us to type in our user name every time. Quite annoying.
Nir Ben-Zvi commented
[Microsoft Nir Ben-Zvi] Great feedback. It does sound less convenient so we will follow up to see why this was done.
I don't believe Aidan is talking about passwords - just user names.
Can you specify the build you are running & how you joined the domain? There are a handful of changes that may impact the cached user names visible at login.
Pedro Sousa commented
Security with user logins is built by 2 components: username and password. If your username is "remembered" by the GUI and with physical access to the server, half of the process (the username part) is done. If you ever heard of techniques like "Pass the Hash" or "Pass the Token", you don't even need the password.
If you read about the new features available with Windows Server 2016, those issues were seriously addressed by the Windows development team.
Dave Ackroyd @LearnPowerShell Anonymous commented
May have been done to discourage people logging into each box and encourage use of RSAT
Baffled as to why Microsoft would change a default that works and is useful?