Network validating identity stuck
This led me to investigate the RDS configuration: the RDCB was setup in HA mode with a SQL backend however it only has one node configured. To isolate the issue, we had decided to operate the RDS on a one node configuration to confirm suspicion that whenever a user gets redirected to the broker that’s not configured it would cause a redirection failure (RDCB uses Round Robin DNS for HA).
In the server manager console, the following tasks were done: Connecting to the remote desktop farm from internal network worked fine after we have made this change – tested this multiple times and from different machines to confirm that it’s stable.
The Remote Desktop Connection Broker is configured in HA mode using two DNS records pointing to two broker nodes for round robin. The broker nodes also host the RD Web Access and RD gateway with one of the nodes assuming the RD Licensing role.
The end user encountered the following error when trying to connect: One aspect I discovered was that the same error didn’t occur on the other broker server.
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