Jun 20 2017 03:57 AM
Jun 20 2017 03:57 AM
Azure Host server setup and ready for use
Microsoft remote desktop get to final screen of negotiating credentials
and Invalid login credentials please re-enter username and password is the message I keep getting
Jun 20 2017 03:58 PM
you have an option via the portal to reset the password, this requires the VM agent to be installed.
Jun 21 2017 03:42 AM
I tried that also several times before posting and it did not work.
I hope below give you the clarity you where looking for so that you can help further if you can.
My specs are:
Mac Book Pro with Apple OS
(MRD) Microsoft Remote Desktop App from App Store
Azure VDI Cloud for Desktop Virtualization
*Those specs should work seamlessly like they advertised: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/desktop-virtualization
Jun 21 2017 04:27 AM
I am unaware of a product called Azure VDI Cloud for Desktop Virtualization.
The link you provided just refers to running a VDI infrastrcture on 2016 servers.
How did you deploy the VDI infrastrcture? right now im guessing its just IaaS machines.
There is a deployment package defined in the market place that uses ARM templates to help you deploy the infrastructure. this link would describe that process
the market place would have asked you the following:
But this would not intergrate with you current directory, also as an administrator you may need to connect using /console
if i misunderstood, perhaps you could provide screen shot of the deployed resources in azure ?
Jun 21 2017 05:13 AM
It will take me like 5 hours to confirm if your last reply worked for me or not.
But in effort to help you help me better here is the screen shot you requested plus more.
Jun 21 2017 05:17 AM
Thanks this confirms that you are indeed running an IaaS infrastructure.
The pictures you sent me is of a Single VM in azure. try mstsc.exe /console, connect to the ip of the VM and use the username and password you specified during the installation process
Jun 21 2017 05:48 AM
I believe this is the orgin of my problem.
During the installation process I was unable to get the serve to accept my password I choose.
My Apple OS suggested one for me and I accepted it without recording and the server accepted it also.
Later I earned more understanding of what was needed to create a password that I would remember.
Since losing orginal password, resetting password does not fix my login issue.
My next course of action that I am going to try is to delete my Laas infastructure and build a new one using the understanding that I have earned recentlt and this link you sent me https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/rds-in-azure
Jun 21 2017 06:25 AM - edited Jun 21 2017 06:26 AM
Ok, remeber that the deployment you are using gives you a local login.
But the machine is also a domain controller, so you have to specificy a domain user for login or try:
Mar 14 2018 05:12 AM