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RDP SSO failure with an umlaut in the username

Rainer_
Occasional Contributor

RDP SSO failure with an umlaut in the username

Hi community,

I configured a RDP bookmark to single sign on users to our terminal server.

All works fine if the username contains no umlauts.

Some of our users have an ŸÓ, šÓ or ŠÓ in her username and here the SSO fails.

The Juniper RDP-client starts the session and the terminal server logon-screen appears with the correct username and a blank password field. If the user enters his password the logon is successful.

I deleted the ŸÓ from an affected username and then the SSO works without a problem.

Any ideas?

Best Regards

Rainer Grothues

SCANLAB AG

2 REPLIES 2
Jan_
Contributor

Re: RDP SSO failure with an umlaut in the username

I think it is not supported, like a % in your password (for sso to webmail)

but it can be a bug - contact JTAC for an answer

Rainer_
Occasional Contributor

Re: RDP SSO failure with an umlaut in the username

Info from JTAC:

It's a bug. The Fix for this issue would be merged in 6.5 R4.