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Sep
4
comment Remote Desktop without NLA
It's insane this isn't a GUI option or a switch anymore in the RDP7 client!
Sep
2
answered Bash Script keeps respawning after it should die
Sep
2
comment Bash Script keeps respawning after it should die
What makes you think the script is respawing? do the process IDs of restartdaemon.sh change?
Sep
2
comment Bash Script keeps respawning after it should die
what's this script's name, and show us the crontab def that's launching it.
Aug
26
comment Automatic alert/notification of calendar items added to Public Folders
I know it's nearly two years later, but did any of the answers solve your problem? :)
Jun
18
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
Pretty sure it was HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Servers - find the affected server and delete the whole subkey from memory. As always, back up the registry first if you don't have backups of your system :D
Jun
17
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Jun
17
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
Oh yeah, we sort of did, see frane's answer below for my newly added comments and how to work around it.
Jun
17
accepted How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
Jun
17
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
oh yeah, policy for that is: Computer Configuration \ Policies \ Windows Settings \ Security Settings \ Local Policies \ Security Options -> Interactive Login: Display user information when session is locked -> Do not display user Information Combined with "Computer -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Logon -> Assign a default domain for logonValue" for the one frane suggested to get a workable system.
Jun
17
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
also, be aware that if the screen is locked due to screensaver or whatever it'll default back to the domain rather than the realm. to work around that you need to tell windows to not prompt for the current user when logging back in then. downside is you need to enter your username as well as password to reconnect from the lock screen to your session. upside is it redefaults back to the realm then as per policy above.
Jun
17
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
Turns out windows changed something so this started working. Additionally, anyone who has previously connected to that host using RDP prior to setting this policy has to go and delete a key in their registry (can't remember where, but I remember once I knew I had to do this it wasn't too hard to find) where remote desktop has cached the previous domain before it starts working.
Feb
25
comment Can Remote Desktop Services be deployed and administered by PowerShell alone, without a Domain in WIndows Server 2012 and 2012 R2?
@MDMoore313 I think I misread your response to indicate that that more than 2 non-administrators could log in, rather than simply saying that the two user slots for default remote desktop are for administrators only. If that's what you meant, apologies, juts a misread here. Though I'm still pretty sure I've managed to log into those 2 remote desktop slots so long as I was a member of the Remote Desktop Users group, even as a regular user. Though that may have been a long time ago.
Feb
23
comment Can Remote Desktop Services be deployed and administered by PowerShell alone, without a Domain in WIndows Server 2012 and 2012 R2?
@MDMoore313 - reference or it didn't happen :) technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753380.aspx and a million other links all say without RD Session Host role, 2 is the max remote limit. Reference something that backs your claim up or remove it to avoid confusion!
Feb
5
comment How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
No, because that only provides a default if you're logging into the physical console. Remote desktop largely ignores this value.
Feb
5
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Feb
5
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Feb
5
revised How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services
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Feb
5
comment Can Remote Desktop Services be deployed and administered by PowerShell alone, without a Domain in WIndows Server 2012 and 2012 R2?
do you need full remote desktop services, or is remote desktop itself sufficient? there's a default 1 or 2 user limit or something, but I've seen ways using either group policy or ahem modified libraries that allow more.. not sure if they work for 2012... or if the suggestion is even appropriate in your circumstances..
Feb
5
asked How to override client supplied logon domain in Windows Server 2012R2 Remote Desktop Services