I’ve got a client running a Windows Server 2019 RD Session Host farm. Via Group Policy domain user passwords expire regularly. There have been reports that RD Session Host users are not getting that notification. I did some testing today. I set Interactive log on: Prompt the user to change passwords before expiration (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/security-policy-settings/interactive-logon-prompt-user-to-change-password-before-expiration ) to one day fewer than the password expiration. I then RDPed to the farm. I left the keyboard and mouse idle. After about 20-30 seconds I got a popup balloon in the lower right, the keys icon appeared in the System Tray, and the Action Center indicated it had one notification. I let the keyboard and mouse idle. After three seconds the popup balloon and keys icon disappeared. In addition to that the Action Center cleared the notification. If you weren’t looking in this corner you wouldn’t know you had a notification and wouldn’t have a way to check for an old notification.
I’ve done some web searches but they have focused on removing the Action Center. I’ve checked the Settings > System > Notifications & Actions but nothing stands out like “don’t automatically clear notifications” or something similarly helpful for this situation.
Do you have any suggestions on how to fix this?