Kari said:
To start with, that is only true if using Enhanced Mode. Using normal mode there are no issues in using an account with no password set.

That being said if setting up a password for a user account is such a pain in the you know where, why don't you simply add no-password users to Remote Desktop Users group:

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When a user belongs to this group, no password is needed even when using Enhanced Mode. In screenshot Hyper-V vm clearly in Enhanced Mode (#1), with a no-password user signed in (#2):

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Hi Kari,

This works fine but I get this popup. I click ok and everything is fine. Any idea why?

Note: I made the change above in the Hyper-V session and then switched it off (not save) and then restarted.



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