I've got a Mac user that we're trying to set up an SSL-VPN connection for. I've installed the Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection for Mac version 2.1.0 on her machine.
While physically connected to the network, I try to connect to a Windows XP machine and it works just fine. However, when I try to connect to her Windows 7 machine, it comes back with the following error:
"Remote Desktop Connection cannot verify the identity of the computer that you want to connect to. Try reconnecting to the Windows-based computer, or contact our administrator."
Everything on the RDC preferences is set at its default. Under the Security tab, it is set to "Warn me if authentication fails."
On the Windows 7 machine, the user is in the Remote Desktop Users group. The machine's remote desktop settings are configured for "Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure)" via group policy.
Can anyone tell me what I'm missing here? This is happening regardless if I'm using standard user creds or domain administrator creds.
The user is using OS X version 10.6.6