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How to fully verify a Windows computer so that I can use Remote Desktop without having to type the password every time?

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There are a bunch of Windows Servers that I use Remote Desktop to connect to, all but one allow the saving of passwords. When I try to connect to that particular server I get an error message that looks like this,

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How can I fully verify the computer's identity so that credentials can be saved?

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  1. In the Control Panel go to the Credential Manager.

    Control Panel\User Accounts\Credential Manager

  2. Find the credential for the Remote Computer under the Windows Credentials section and remove it.

  3. Re-add the credential under the Generic Credentials section, below the Windows Credential section.

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