Running a Remote Desktop Based on a Hyperlink URL
Running a remote desktop server based on a hyperlink URL can be done in a number of ways. These include implementing authentication and custom lines in your RDP file. You can also set up a new host (A) DNS record. But this may not be enough in most cases. There are other steps that you need to take.
Authenticating a user on a remote desktop based on a hyperlink
Authenticating a user on a Remote Desktop session requires the username and password of the user to be entered. This username and password are not always the same as those of the user who is using the connection. The password can be provided during the remote desktop session setup.
Creating a new host (A) DNS record
Creating a new host (A) record is important when running a remote desktop over the Internet. The DNS record will list the computer name and IP address. If the hostname is not valid, it will display an error message. Try a different name.