Explanation on multiple failed Event ID - 4625 with different logon types (2 & 11) for a single logon attempt

Shady 0 Reputation points
2023-01-17T04:45:14.95+00:00

Hi all, I am encountering a problem that I cannot seem to find the answer for. I have a user that attempted a remote desktop logon to another server and failed the login with a wrong password. He only attempted this action once. However, on windows event logs, there were 3 log entries with event ID 4625 (failed login) generated for this particular 1 attempt. Each of these log entries have different logon types (2 & 11). I cannot figure out why 3 log entries were generated for 1 failed attempt. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

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