Connecting to Windows Server 2008 R2 via RDP from Windows 7

Okay, weird but I am trying to connect to my Windows Server from my WIndows 7 computer and getting the error that my Windows 7 computer does not support Network Level Authentication. I can connect to another Windows 7 computer via NLA just fine, but this particular server which is brand new I can't. Any suggestions or things to look at? Thanks.
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rickyp123Author Commented:
I did not see that. I have not installed any updates on the server. This is a fresh install with no updates. Maybe that is my issue in itself.
rickyp123Author Commented:
Okay, system has been updated and continues to have the same issue. To be fair it has never worked, so going update by update isn't really possible.
Check the following for the CredSSP

HKLM\System\Currentcontrolset\Control\Lsa\Security Packages

It should have these values: kerberos msv1_0 schannel wdigest tspkg pku2u

Moreover refer to the following Technet for guidance and a checklist


rickyp123Author Commented:
I ended up not using RDP with this particular server, but I thank you guys for taking to the time to try and help me.
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