RE: RDC Question: Dont want to login again after using Remote desk
Thanks for the reply, but you are missunderstanding my issue. When I
disconnect from the remote session, the host computer console is locked until
someone retypes the password there.
I'm looking for a way to defeat this requirment on the host computer which
is running Vista Ultimate.
"kuan wai" wrote:
> RDC is per session base, thus username/password is required for every logon,
> it is just like logging on/off physically at the computer. To remove the
> hassle of entering the password everytime you connect to the host computer,
> on the guest computer, you can actually make RDC remember your credentials.
> Click on the Options button when the RDC is loaded. There is a checkbox at
> the logon settings page which says "Save my password".
> "speedbump49" wrote:
> > As I have had no reply, perhaps my problem is not clear. After I disconnect
> > from a Vistia Ultimate Remote Desktop Session, my Vista computer is left at
> > the login screen, asking for a password. I would like to defeat this
> > requirement, and have the the Vista system return to the current session with
> > me needing to go to the console and enter a password for my Media Center to
> > work again. I'm sure this problem must occur for other users, and I'm sure
> > there must be a way to remove the requirement to enter a password after a RDC
> > session is terminated. It makes no sense. Any tips or advise?
> > "speedbump49" wrote:
> > > I am connecting from Windows XP Home SP2 to a remote computer running Vista
> > > Ultimate on the same subnet. The Vista computer is configured to have no
> > > login control. However, after using Remote Desktop I am forced to provide a
> > > password of the console of the Vista using the same ID I used during the
> > > Remote Desktop session.
> > > How do I prevent this?
> > > -mw