RDP No Longer Worker

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    I have a model 5010 thin client that is setup to RDP to a Server 2016 box.  This is just a typical server setup.  Terminal services are not installed on this server and never have been.  This was working fine until yesterday.  I made no changes to the firmware or ini file on the thin client.  We did install the latest Server 2016 update on Tuesday night.  Could there be something in that update that blocks the RDP connection?  I can still connect via RDP from a Windows 10 or Windows 7 desktops.

    Here is the INI configured for the thin client.

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* General 1 *
    ;*************************************************************

    Privilege=None HideSysInfo=yes ShowDisplaySettings=No HideConnectionManager=yes

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Network *
    ;*************************************************************

    HideIP=yes
    Terminalname=xxx-xxxx
    SecurityPolicy=low

    ;————————————————————-
    ;- RDP Session 1 –
    ;- Each line but the last must end with a ‘\’ –
    ;————————————————————-

    CONNECT=RDP \
    Host=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx \
    Description=”Name” \
    AutoConnect=yes \
    Reconnect=1 \
    Fullscreen=yes \
    Domainname=xxx-xxxx\
    LocalCopy=no

    #53864
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    Found out that this does not work with Server 2012 R2 with RDS installed either.  I have tried this across 5010, 5040 AIO, and 5470 mobile devices with different firmware versions ranging from 8.6_027 to 8.6_511.

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    Do you get any hints in the ThinOS eventlog?
    Maybe certificates missing?

    CG

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    Thanks for the response.  This ended up being an INI config issue.  Needed to add SignOn=no.

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