After Upgrading 2 of my PCs (same LAN network) to Windows 10 (coming from Win8.1) I tried to set up my old Remote Configurations.
When I connect via RDP (mstsc.exe) I'm getting the active session of the other PC (as I was used to in Win8.1), I see the desktop and after that, I immediately get disconnected with an Error Message. Meanwhile, I can see the other PC (which I am connecting to via RDP) doing an "auto" login which is the reason I'm getting disconnected in the RDP session.
Sadly my System is in German and I can try to translate the error message:
The remote desktop session has closed. The connection has been disconnected because another user has connected to the remote machine"
(something like this)
I successfully managed to use a tool to configure multiple logins of the same user, which isn't the solution I'm looking for because I definitely want to get the "active" session of the user I am logged in with.
Any help is appreciated.
//Edit: It doesn't matter if I'm connecting from PC1 to PC2 or vice versa... Still same behaviour
//Edit2: PC1 is Windows 10 Education N, PC2 is Windows 10 Pro N
//Edit3: Something to add: I have no passwords set on my Windows Accounts and I enabled the Option to allow Connections without Passwords (secpol.msc -> Local Policies -> Security Options -> Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only -> set to disabled ... As I was playing around some more I thought "let's try setting a password and retry rdp ..." Finally, the remote machine is not doing auto logins anymore. Anyway, that's not the solution I was looking for. I don't want to be forced to use passwords since it worked that way since I can remember using Remote Desktop.
Any ideas on how to get RDP without using passwords working again?