I need to be able to connect to Remote Desktop using a user account without a password. Security isn't an issue, this is on an internal network.
go to control panel/ administrative tools/ local security policy/ Security options/ Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only
set that to disable, and you will be able to remote desktop without the need for a password
Панель управления -- Администрирование -- Локальная политика безопасности -- Локальные политики -- Параметры безопасности -- Учетные записи: ограничить использование пустых паролей только для консольного входа -- Отключить
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