When attempting to connect to a server endpoint, in certain domain environments or while connected to a Virtual Private Network (VPN) the connection to the PowerShell endpoint is not able to find the correct domain controller if utilizing the login format: domain\username. In these circumstances, you will need to use the user@domain login format.
Follow this article to adjust the login format from domain\username to user@domain to successfully connect to the server endpoint.
- Connecting to remote server failed with the following error message.
How to Solve the Issue
Changing the login format from domain\user to user@domain.
- Right click the server on the main view to open the configuration wizard.
- On the connection tab, enter the login details as user@domain.
- Press test connection to check the credentials now work.
- You should see a successful remote PowerShell connection:
Close the wizard and allow the scan to run, it will now connect successfully.