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sepago Spezialisten bloggen über Citrix und Microsoft

Hier bloggen sepago-Spezialisten über ihre Themen: Automatisierung, Cloud Solutions, IT-Security, aktuelle Entwicklungen rund um Citrix- und Microsoft-Technologien, Arbeitskultur.

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Second Prompt for User Credentials in Remote Desktop Services

In a recent deployment of Remote Desktop Services with Windows Server 2012, I experienced a second prompt for credentials. It occurred after successfully authenticating with Remote Desktop WebAccess  and launching a RemoteApp from the browser. This blog explains why the second prompt is shown and how to get rid of it.

What the user is experiencing

Launching a RemoteApp from WebAccess is usually a very simple thing to do. After logging on (see first screenshot below),

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Windows x64 – All the Same Yet Very Different, Part 7: File System and Registry Redirection, Registry Reflection

This is the seventh part of a mini-series on Windows x64, focusing on behind the scene changes in the operating system. In the last article I explained that mixed 32-/64-bit processes are not allowed and how that rule affects both administrators and script-writers. In this context I mentioned the strangely named directory SysWOW64. Today I am going to explain what it is used for by starting with redirection. File System Redirector As you know,

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Why is (Almost) Everybody Wrong About HKU\.Default?

Most technical folks have stumbled across the registry hive HKEY_USERS\.Defaultat some point. Many of them think they know what it is used for. Interestingly, most who do are wrong. The misconception about what HKU\.Default is used for dates back to the good old days when Windows NT 4.0 was still considered „new technology“. This misconception has been, and still is, passed on to future generations by means of books, magazine articles, blog entries and geek talk.