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Remote Desktop Disconnected - error in data encryption

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I am on a Microsoft Windows Vista and  I am remotely connecting to it. I am
getting an error and losing network connection:

Remote Desktop Disconnected
Because of an error in data encryption, this session will end. Please try
connecting to the remote computer again. OK Help.

I click OK

I have tried to disable the setting of the remote desktop security, but still not work.
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"I ran into this problem as well on my PE2950 w/ Win2k8 x64 and Broadcom
NetXtreme II NICs. To resolve it open the Broadcom Advanced Control Suite and
disable IPv4 Large Send Offload and your problem will be solved."
http://forums.techarena.in/windows-server-help/939054.htm 
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How are we looking?  Did this work?
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yes, thanks
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