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I connect to a production machine (Windows Server 2008) using Remote Desktop Connection (via mRemoteNG client) directly from my home computer. I would like my to save password, so that I don't have to type it each time.

Unfortunately, there are some policy restrictions, because when I connect with saved password I'm getting the following message:

"Your credentials did not work The server's authentication policy does not allow connection requests using saved credentials. Please enter new credentials."

What exactly has to be configured on the server to allow me to keep the password saved on my machine?

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Are you the user or admin? Also are you using domain\user or user@domain.local in the onnection also how do you connect to the server, vpn or....... – t1nt1n Apr 22 '12 at 6:41

Go to "Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration" --> Right click on "RDP-Tcp" Under "Connections" and go to Properties --> Go to the "Log on Settings" tab and uncheck "Always prompt for password"

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