We have had client move from 2008 servers to 2016 servers and suddenly have not been able to save the RDP settings and credentials.
This is specifically for Windows 10 however is basically the same as others.
- Click Start and type “GPEDIT.MSC” to search for the shortcut to the Windows Group Policy Editor.
- Right-click the gpedit.msc shortcut and click run as Administrator.
(Ignore any popups about errors if you get any when the Group Policy Editor console opens up).
- Browse to Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Temples > System > Credentials Delegation
- Double click the setting called “Allow delegating default credentials with NTLM-only server authentication” to edit it.
- Change the setting to “Enabled” and then click the “Show…” button in the “Options:” window where it says “Add servers to the list:”.
- Double click the field below “Value” (with the black arrow to the left) and type in TERMSRV/*
- Click Ok and then Ok again to close both popups, so that you only see the list of settings again.
- Now just repeat the exact same for these three policies below as well:
Allow delegating default credentials
Allow delegating saved credentials
Allow delegating saved credentials with NTLM-only server authentication
- Close the Local Group Policy Editor and RDP
- DONE 🙂