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Because some of the clients don’t use the same DNS we were unable to use round robin dns. Terefore we have set up a dedicated session redirector (I agree round robin dns would have been the prefered solution). So all sessions point to a dedicated IP address (the session redirector), this server denies any new connections, so passes the request off tpo the session broker (the same server) which then redirects the request to one of the other servers in the farm – documented in the 2nd half of this article (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772418(v=ws.10).aspx)
This all work fine from windows clients – we have a dns name set up which resolves to the redirector. However if the Wyse terminals point to the DNS name I get the authentication errors. If I use the IP address it works fine. So it looks like it is trying to authenticate against the dns name..