Yes, I utilized the dropdown menu in the connection properties -> Authorization tab. If I set it to Windows, I get am not allowed to add credentials during the connection initiation but if I set it to Single Password, it either asks for a password if not set or uses the one that was saved.
A Windows 10 Host 6.10.10 is set for Single Password and Windows Security with a local user account added and fully enabled. A Windows 10 viewer 22.214.171.124 set to Single Password successfully connects to the Host but when the Viewer desktop is set to Windows security Authentication method, I am not prompted for credentials to the host. The viewer's NT Authorizing window flashes by with blank User/Password/Domain info and fails after a series of Access Denied Attempts. The Host Log states "Password is incorrect or error occurs". Am I missing a configuration setting somewhere?