Save the last user on a RDP Connection

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    Avatarmick78
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    Hi,

    Is there a command which permit to remember the last user for a rdp connection like :

    signon=no
    connect=rdp
    host=myserver
    description=myserver
    username=lastlogin <-- this command exist ?
    localcopy=no

    because i need to enter my login each time i use the rdp connection.

    Or is it possible to use signon=yes and use the AD account (without username.ini) for the authentification ?

    if yes, i just need to use :
    SignOn=Yes EnableOK=Yes LastUsername=yes SaveLastDomainUser=Yes

    Thx and regards πŸ™‚

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    ok, it’s look this command resolve my 2nd point :

    SignOn=NTLM EnableOK=Yes LastUsername=yes SaveLastDomainUser=Yes

    But concerning my first point ? πŸ™‚ (save the last user for a rdp connection with signon=no)

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    Why not leave the username parameter empty?

    CG

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    Because my customer does not want enter his login each morning πŸ™‚ (with signon=no)

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    Hi Mick,

    did you ever resolve that issue?
    I have the same situation. And while I did set it up with NTLM now, I don’t like the fact, that if a user logs out of his RDP session but leaves the client on – everyone can log into his session.
    Also: people can’t switch their users in one session (if they are in a meeting for instance)

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