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    SSO for Remote Apps

    Is it me or is this a complete pain in the backside to do!

    I'm trying to set this up - at present the user is forced to login to the remote apps site (which is fine). But when they launch and application they are then forced to authenticate again - is there a way to get this streamlined so that the rdp session auth's using NTLM?

    This is internal and not published externally - so not worried about the security risks so much.

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    I looked into it but don't think I implemented other then on a test machine I later wiped.

    I think a big part of it was all the remoteapp files needed to be signed by a certificate authority and then there was a group policy you could apply which then allowed you to tell the machine to ignore any prompts for details.

    That or I'm getting mixed up wth another rdp project I was tying out - I'll see if I kept my notes together when I get in tomorrow.

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    I think this is it.

    Follow the settings in this blog post Pass-through Authentication (SSO) for RemoteApps « Angela Creason's Blog and then you'll need to have a CA which can sign your RemoteApp files which should remove any and all warning messages as indicated at the bottom of the post.

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    Or just implement the registry changes mentioned in this blog post.

    Enable SSO for RemoteApp in XP : layer2edu
    Works with XP SP3, Don't need any CA to sign anything.

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