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    Rd web access login page

    Hello

    Does anyone know of a way to Pre fill in the the domain part of the login box on the rd web access home page?

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    There you go, I know this works, followed these instructions before for our one

    Based on the factors above, if you really need to do this customization, please note to backup both the original version and modified version of the login page, during the following customization steps:

    1. Login to the Remote Desktop Web Access role-based server with local administrative permissions.
    2. Navigate to the following location:

    %windir%\Web\RDWeb\Pages\<The Language of Your Location>\
    3. Backup the login.aspx file to another location.
    4. Right click the login.aspx file, and select Edit. The file will be opened with Edit status in your default HTML editor.
    5. Change the original code section:

    <input id=”DomainUserName” name=”DomainUserName” type=”text” class=”textInputField” runat=”server” size=”25” autocomplete=”off” />

    to be:

    <input id=”DomainUserName” name=”DomainUserName” type=”text” class=”textInputField” runat=”server” size=”25” autocomplete=”off”value=”domainname\” />
    6. Save the modification. Backup the modified version.

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    Love that, cheers mate

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    Sweet, was looking for this when we set ours up in October.

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    The only thing that was annoying with this is that the cursor doesn't sit at the end of the pre-filled text so the user has to move it manually

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