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Now the behaviour of my NoMachine connection is fully understandable.
Summing up, the second input of the user pw on Win 10 Pro logon screen is required and works as designed by NoMachine.
Many thanks for your helpful contributions,
please close the issue!
thank you for your valuable hint (screenshot above) it worked excellently.
Now the logon screen is with German keyboard and NoMachine connection works with password as on the German client.
The last remaining miracle to me is, why is MS RDP able to login immediately to the server desktop, whereas NoMachine connection requires entering the pw twice?
Could I skip that step in Win10Pro or NoMachine?
Thanks a lot
thanks for the hint with the password reveal button, which took me one step further.
By default this button is disabled in Win10 Pro, thus I had to edit the group policy.
As a result I noticed that the keyboard mapping of the logon screen is different than after the logon (Azure VM German).
Thus the plain password entry works now, even without domain name.
I was able to enter it correctly by means of the pw reveal button.
Do you have a clue where this different keyboard mapping of the logon screen is defined? (Win10 server? NoMachine client?) I did not expect a different keyboard language at logon. I always use German.
Is it possible to skip this Win10 logon screen at the connection? (like with MS RDP connector)
My credentials are already known via the connection definition of my NoMachine client ? Why entering things twice?