Background: The only thing I can find on how to do this relates to RDP on windows 2008, which seems to have something called "Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration" in Administrative Tools. This does NOT exist in windows 2012 and there appears to be now way to add it via a MMC as well. I read here for 2008, using RDS Host Config, you can just it off.
Question: So, in windows 2012, how can you turn off TLS 1.0, but still be able to RDP into a Windows 2012 server?
Originally, my understanding is that ONLY TLS 1.0 was supported in Win2012 RDP. However, TLS 1.0 according to PCI is no longer allowed. This was supposed fixed for Windows server 2008r2 according to this article. However, this does not address Server 2012 that doesn't even have an administrative gui apparatus to make changes to the protocols that RDP will use that I'm aware of.