Menu path: Setup > Sessions > RDP > RDP Global > Local Logon

In this area, you can prepopulate user data. As a result, you can avoid users possibly having to log in a number of times.

You can also use Local logon to freely select the server in the logon window of an RDP session.

  • Use local login window

    ☑ The RDP login window is used on the terminal side to set the user name and domain when a connection to the terminal server is established for the first time. (default)

You can configure the following presets:

  • Preset login information

    ☑ The login window is prepopulated with the user name and domain. (default)

  • Type: Here, you can prepopulate the user name and domain in the logon window.
    Possible values:
    • Set user/domain from last login
    • Set user/domain from session setup
  • Show domain

    ☑ Shows the domain entry in the logon window. (default)

  • Set client name to user name

    ☑ The name of the client for the RDP connection will be set to the user name. This setting may help to resolve reconnection problems during load balancing. (default)

  • Relaunch mode

    ☑ The RDP login window is displayed in restart mode and cannot be closed.

    ☐ The RDP window will not be displayed in restart mode. (default)

  • Enable network authentication

    ☑ Enables network authentication via NTLM. Smartcards are not supported here. (default)

  • Domains: Allows you to add domains which are to be available. If you enter a number of domains, these will be shown in the Domains drop-down area in the login module.

To manage the list of domains, proceed as follows:

Click to create a new entry.

Click to remove the selected entry.

Click to edit the selected entry.

Click to copy the selected entry.