Updating from windows 2016 to windows xp

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To let Windows XP computers on RDS 2012 print using Easy Print, the clients should meet the following requirements: In 2018, a serious vulnerability was found in the Cred SSP protocol (CVE-2018-0886 bulletin), which was fixed in Microsoft security updates.

In May 2018, Microsoft released an additional update that forbids clients to connect to RDP computers and servers with a vulnerable version of Cred SSP (see the article:

Uncheck “Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication (recommended)”.

Of course, you need to understand that disabling NLA at the server level reduces the system security and generally is not recommended. You need to install Service Pack 3 on Windows XP to work correctly as an RDP client. Service Pack 3 is a mandatory requirement for upgrading the RDP client from version 6.1 to 7.0 and supporting all the necessary components, including the Credential Security Service Provider (Cred SS), which is described below.

The second half of the clients were still facing the issue….

After studying the issues of RDS server based on Windows 2012 R2, we have found that Windows Server 2012 (and higher) requires mandatory support of NLA (Network Level Authentication).

To create this article, 9 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. If the client doesn’t support NLA, it won’t be able to connect to the RDS server.Similarly, NLA is enabled by default when you turn on the Remote Desktop in Windows 10. Well, why stick with Vista, when you can upgrade to Microsoft's new release, Windows 7? The first 4 steps are optional, but strongly recommended.In this post, I will explain how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components (or integration services, depending on what you’re reading) in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.

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