Issue Connecting Through Remote Desktop Gateway

While attempting to connect to a remote desktop though a Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) the connection would ask for credentials but then just drop. After some searching I found the answer to the issue.

First open open the regedit utility.

Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client

If there is a DWORD key called RDGClientTransport set it’s value to 1.

If that key is not there right click and select **New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value" from the context menu. Set the name of the key to RDGClientTransport and it’s value to 1.

Set RDGClientTransport Key


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