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5.5.1 Automatic Logon 
There are a number of possible causes and solutions to a common problem that occurs when you want to be 
able to automatically log on to the server, but are still prompted for your user credentials when you connect 
to the terminal server. 
This problem is especially common if you are using a Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Services client because 
these clients are not always able to detect and pass on the system logon credentials to the Windows Server 
2003 terminal server. You should use the Windows NT 4.0 Client Connection Manager, to configure 
Automatic logon on the General tab in the Properties box for the connection. Enter the appropriate logon 
credentials in the User name, Password and Domain text boxes. 
If you are using a Windows 2000 Terminal Services client or the RDC client, it is possible that you entered 
the incorrect credentials on the General tab. If you mistyped the user name or password, the terminal server 
will not be able to verify your credentials and will prompt you for the correct ones. 
Another possible cause is that Group Policy is configured to require users to enter their credentials. Group 
Policy settings override client settings. The only way to correct this is to remove the Group Policy setting 
that is enforcing this restriction. 

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