May 26 2020 03:01 AM
May 26 2020 03:01 AM
Every time we start an app for the first time (ie no active session) we get prompted for username/password credentials.
We currently have both fall & spring wvd environments running.
On the fall environment, i am the only user where the Remote Desktop app has somehow remembered my credentials, because I (as the only user in the tenant!) is never asked for password - however I am on the new spring release - just like all my colleagues.
We run a full AD synced with AD Connect to Azure AD.
Am I missing something, or should we not get the option to "remember me" when entering credentials? (its not there)
May 26 2020 10:06 AM
@Raaert If I undestand what you are saying, when you sign into WVD, either by the web or the client you will receive a prompt for a user/password after clicking on your Desktop Session or Remote App, right? If so, what you are seeing is a prompt to not only connect to the SaaS service, but then the credentials are passed onto the server hosting the session or app. I saw another post or mention that it is not supported to do SSO on this and that the feature is being looked at.
If anyone knows any more I have clients interested in that feature and would like to see more on it.
May 26 2020 10:10 AM
Jun 01 2020 07:10 AM
Jun 02 2020 08:31 AM
Check that you don't have "Always prompt for password upon connection" set in group policy or in the registry on the session host
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Security
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Terminal Services
1 = enable
Jun 12 2020 12:19 AM
We figured out the issue.
An employee had deployed an Intune security policy denying the ability to save RDP logins....
Oct 17 2021 10:26 PM
I'm unsure if this will help you but I resolved the issue I was having.
Check your Azure storage account(s), click on file service and ensure you've got enough free space! If you've maxed out your space this could be corrupting old profiles, and preventing new ones from being created.
Issues would appear as re-entering passwords, local data not being saved, etc
Nov 23 2022 05:18 PM - last edited on Dec 07 2022 02:33 PM by Eric Starker
We found that setting this policy to 'Disabled' on the client made the checkbox appear to save credentials (even if it was set to 'not configured' previously this made it appear):
Computer Configuration => Admin Templates => Windows Components => Remote Desktop Services => Remote Desktop Connection Client => Do not allow passwords to be saved.
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