I have been assessing this software for securing our cloud server's RDP connection.
The problem is, it requires you to use RDP encryption, without TLS. This is because with TLS the IP addresses are not logged.
When RDP encryption is chosen, the login screen shows the accounts with which you could log in immediately upon connection. When TLS is chosen, you have to enter an account name and password into the dialog box before you connect.
This makes it appear to me that setting encryption to RDP gives away your usernames, whereas TLS doesn't (or am I missing something)?
Is this lack of SSL and showing the login screen worth it to log the IP addresses and block them?