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Older HP Thin Clients and Server 2012

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We are looking to upgraded to Server 2012 R2 (Remote Desktop Services) and our older HP Thin Clients (T5135, T5145) won't connect to Server 2012 with RDP. Does anyone know how I can make these thin clients work with Server 2012. I have tried using Ubuntu on a bootable Flashdrive and it won't load either.
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Sounds like network level authentication (allow less secure connection to RDP)

Have a look here:
http://www.2x.com/disabling-network-level-authentication-for-remote-desktop-services-connections-2/
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That worked ...thanks biaselectronics
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