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At our office, any of our Windows 7 Clients get this error message when we try and RDP to a remote W2K8 Server outside of the office :-

Your system administrator does not allow the user of saved credentials to log on to the remote computer XXX because its identity is not fully verified. Please enter new credentials

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A quick google search leads to some posts they all suggest I edit group policy, etc.

I'm under the impression, that the common fix for this, is to follow those instructions -per Windows7 machine-.

Is there anyway I can do something via our office Active Directory .. which auto updates all Windows 7 clients in the office LAN?

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Group Policy IS the way to use Active Directory to fix this. You just need to edit that group policy through AD an not on your local machine. Careful experimenting on a live network, If you don't know what you are doing you can hose things up –  uSlackr Jun 8 '12 at 11:18
    
I did that. Didn't work on my client :( I tried to the for force update -and- rebooted my client win 7 box. is there a way i can confirm that the client win 7 box has been 'updated' ? –  Pure.Krome Jun 8 '12 at 12:52
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Yes, two ways. Take a look at the gpresult command or run mmc and add the resultant set of policies snap-in. –  uSlackr Jun 8 '12 at 12:54
    
gpresult command ?? –  Pure.Krome Jun 8 '12 at 12:55
    
yes. Type it in at a command prompt –  uSlackr Jun 8 '12 at 13:09
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Here is a link on how to accomplish this: http://netport.org/?p=255

Update 4 setting in the group policy editor in Windows 7.

This security measure could frustrating when you connect and disconnect a lot to the same (or many) terminal server. To get rid of it and to be able to use saved credentials in this situation you need to configure the following:

Go to Start -> type: gpedit.msc -> in the console configure the following:

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Enable the each shown policy and then click on the “Show” button to get to the server list and add “TERMSRV/* to the server. In my case it’s ‘*’ which indicates that cached credentials will be allowed to all servers.

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The last thing to do is refreshing policy. To do that just go to command line and type: gpupdate /force

That’s it. Now you can connect to your terminal servers by just clicking on .rdp files.

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Welcome to Server Fault - we generally discourage "link only" answers here. Please update your answer to include enough information to allow someone to solve the problem if the link goes dead. Thanks! –  voretaq7 Dec 4 '12 at 17:38
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Despite being a 'link only' answer .. it still works!! WooT! –  Pure.Krome Dec 5 '12 at 4:44
    
So how do I contact this netport.org? It seems like the server is dead. Lucky you... Moving to strike this answer if I cannot follow the link in a day or two. –  Fiasco Labs Sep 8 '13 at 2:21
    
@FiascoLabs - the link appears to work, I'll edit Zak's answer with relevant detail so that the link won't matter in the future. –  TheCleaner Nov 8 '13 at 14:21
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