If you are receiving the above screen when trying to log into your Summit Hosting server, it is due to the update that was recently released by Microsoft and installed on your local machine. Follow the steps below to resolve this problem, without having to uninstall the updates on your computer.
1. Close your RDP window if it is still open, then Right click on your RDP Shortcut that you use in order to connect to the server.
2. Select "Edit" from the drop-down Menu
3. Click on the Advanced Tab at the top of that window and then click Settings under "Connect from anywhere"
4. In the window that comes up next, you will see settings at the bottom for saved credentials. Click Delete (**If you do not see the options displayed in this screenshot, skip to Step 6**)
5. When prompted with this screen, click yes.
6. After clicking yes, check the box that says "Use my RD Gateway credentials for the remote computer" and then click OK
7. Navigate back to the General Tab and delete your saved credentials there as well.
8. Click Yes
9. Check off the box that should now say "Allow me to save credentials" and click connect.
10. When prompted, enter your username (the summithosting\ or myasp\ is not necessary, just the username) and check the box that says "Remember Me"
11. Click OK to connect
You should now be logged into your server automatically and your credentials should be saved properly within your RDP shortcut. Now, every time you want to connect you should be able to log in simply by double-clicking the icon.