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I'm facing a rather strange, and infuriating, issue with a recent Windows 2008R2 configured as a Remote Desktop server.

One one server, I can see that 2 RDP connection types are installed:

Server 1 has also an RDP6.1 connection

On the other, I can't add a new connection type for RDP6.1.

Impossible to add an RDP6.1 connection on Server 2

I need a connection type compatible with 6.1 for the simple reason that we have older thinclients that fail to connect to the new server (but have no problem connecting to our older Windows 2003 server).

All User licenses CALs are installed properly, all servers are up-to-date.

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How did you try to add it? –  Bart De Vos May 25 '12 at 7:37
    
@BartDeVos just using the standard "Remote Desktop Services Connection Wizard". I can't change the protocol, the selection is disabled and stuck for RDP 7.1 –  Renaud Bompuis May 25 '12 at 8:09

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