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TUTORIAL: do not show save credentials RDP

With Remote Desktop connection you’re able to remotely log on your work PC from home. If more people log on to for example a terminal server with different credentials it can be annoying that end users are able to ‘save credentials’. With the next steps you can turn this option off.

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Video tutorial(Dutch):

This is how it looks with ‘allow me to save credentials’ on:

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This option could be a security breach.  If someone accidentally turns this on other users will be able to log on with his/her name.

Now, go to start and type in ‘gpedit.msc’.

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This is the screen you’ll get:

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navigate to:

  1. User Configuration
  2. Administrative Templates
  3. Windows Components
  4. Remote Desktop Services
  5. choose the option Remote Desktop Connection Client in the left side pane of the Group Policy editor

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Double click ‘do not allow passwords to be saved’ and set this option to ‘enabled’.

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Goodluck with ‘do not show save credentials RDP’

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My name is Bas Wijdenes and I'm working full time as a services engineer at Wortell. In my free time I like to write tutorials about computer problems I encounter on a daily basis. The main reason I started my blog is, because I wanted to work on my English vocabulary. If you've encountered a computer problem you can't get your head around, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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