I am having a situation here, where i want to connect an RF that runs Windows Mobile 5.0 to a Windows Server 2012 R2 server that is located on Azure.
It is reasonable for the two OS's to have different RDP versions but i still can't figure out how i am supposed to establish a connection between them. I am able to ping RF from the server and vice versa but when i am trying to connect i am getting the following error message: "Because of a security error the client could not connect to the terminal server".
However i can connect to my Windows 2003 Servers without any problem regardless if they are Terminal Servers or servers that having any other role installed. Of course that's most likely because of the compatible RDP version they have.
On the Windows Server 2012 R2, I have tried to change the Remote Desktop Configuration Host settings by setting Security Layer to "RDP Security Layer" from "Negotiate" and Encryption level from "Client Compatible" to "Low" without any luck.
I should note that on Remote Settings under "My Computer" tab the option "Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure)" is enabled instead of the Network Level Autentication option.
Is there something i could really do?