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RDP logon screen on 2008 R2 not consistent

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I just built two new 2008 R2 terminal servers. One server takes you to the STD RDP logon screen (which is what I want) on the other server a Windows security dialogue box comes up.  How can I get rid of the Windows Security dialogue box?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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click accept and do not ask me again. That or buy commercial certificates and install them or set up a Certificate Authority and import the CA cert into the Root Certificate Store
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Under the Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration-Connections-Properties I changed the Security Layer from negotiate to RDP security layer and that seemed to have resolved this.
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Because this resolved the issue
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