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Mac OS wont rdp to one TS server

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Hi,

We recently upgraded to Windows 2012 servers in one of our sites and since I can't access terminal server via rdp from mac on that site.
Connects fine from any Windows pc.
When I click connect it wont even show anything.

In TS server there is nothing in event logs as well.

I have tried Cord and 2x Client, but still same issue.
Tried three two different macs with one with Lion Os on it and other with apples latest OS.
Tired to connect internally via ip, server name, and domain name which points to ts, but still no luck.
Same if I try to connect externally.

Please let me know if I can provide any more info.

Thanks a ton!
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Question by:YannisUK
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have you changed the settings below on your server 2012?

- 'Require use of specific for remote desktop (RDP) connections' from 'Default' to 'Enabled', then select 'RDP' in the options pane
- 'Require user authentication for remote connections by using Network Level Authentications' to 'Disabled'

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