I'm looking to figure out a solution to change the RDP settings on a small number of Server 2008 R2 boxes (30+).
I need to configure the following via AD if possible. Or possibly a script.
I found the following at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2493594
To resolve the issue, change the remote desktop security on the RD server to RDP Security Layer to allow a secure connection using Remote Desktop Protocol encryption. Below are the steps:
1. Navigate to Start > Administrative Tools > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration.
2. With RD Session Host Configuration selected view under Connections.
3. Right click RDP Listener with connection type Microsoft RDP 6.1 and choose Properties.
4. In general tab of properties dialog box under Security, select RDP Security Layer as the Security Layer.
5. Click OK.
Note: This setting does not need a restart of the Server or Remote Desktop Service.
This solution completely fixed an RDP connection issue, but now I need to deploy it to the group of servers. I don't have alot of experience in AD changes of this nature, nor a heavy scripting base. So... speak slowly.