MSTSC problem in Windows 11

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I have been using Windows 11 for testing purposes, I have tried to run mstsc.exe /admin to connect to a balanced RDP servers as an admin and it doesn't work. Is there a new way to use this wildcard?

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Same here, using the IP instead of the FQDN/DNS name works, but I have to use my credentials a second time, since it's giving me an error on the lock screen and when I login after clicking "ok" it actually logs into the server.

 

UPDATE:

 

If you start CMD with admin rights and type in mstsc.exe /admin does work.