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Cannot connect via RDP due to NLA error

I have one DC that also acts as a Hyper-V host. It hosts a build server, and a WDS server. Up until Daylight Savings happened a few days ago these were both working fine and I could remote in no ...
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How is the “change password at next logon” requirement supposed to work with RDP using Network Level Authentication?

We have a Windows server (2008 R2) with the "Remote Desktop Services" feature installed and no Active Directory domain. Remote desktop is set up to "Allow connections only from computers running ...
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Remote Desktop connection to Windows 7, Network Level Authentication issue?

We're in the process of incrementally upgrading our PCs to Windows 7, and several times now have been unable to open an RDP connection to the upgraded machine to remotely administer them. At some ...
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Win7 to W2K8 R2 Remote Desktop fails, yet 3rd party Remote Desktop client connects ok

Without any change (except Windows Updates), one of my stand alone W2K8 R2 servers has become unconnectable from Remote Desktop (Win 7). RDP gets stuck on 'Securing Remote Connection' and just never ...
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Remote Desktop Network Level Authentication Not Supported

I'm running Windows XP Professional SP3 x86, trying to connect to a system with Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64. Recently, I updated the Remote Desktop Connection software on the XP system in hopes of ...
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What's the risk of disabling Network level authentication with Windows Remote Desktop?

Windows Server 2008 offers two options for Remote Desktop sessions: Allow connections from users running any version of Remote Desktop Allow connections only from users running Remote Desktop with ...
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Activating NLA on Windows Server 2003 RDP Client

I am trying to connect to a new Windows Server 2008 R2 machine via RDP from a Server 2003 machine. I have (and would like to keep) enabled the requirement for NLA (Network Level Authentication) which ...
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Secure Remote Desktop to Windows Server 2008 R2 from Windows XP

To summarize the rambling below: How do I connect (using Remote Desktop Connection) from Windows XP SP3 to Windows Server 2008 R2 (or Windows 7) without clicking the checkbox on the server that says ...
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Can raising the domain function level to “Windows Server 2003” cause remote desktop to stop working?

I've read that on Windows Server 2008, raising the DFL can cause XP and Linux/rdesktop clients to not be able to connect, but only if Network Level Authentication is enabled. However, we're only on ...