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- Regular Joe
Ah, looks like I had the writer enabled. Disabling the writer and then making the changes took care of things. That said, I noticed now that it does bring up an RDP login window on startup (auto-login into the user account) however if I disconnect from that session that I logged into, the screen goes black with a white mouse. I waited about a minute or so… hit CTRL-ALT-DEL where it then gave me a logoff button (the log-off on the thin client) and when I hit that it then logged back in and presented and RDP session window which is what I expected to happen when I hit the disconnect from the RDS server. Is there a “fix” for this?