Window server 2012

dear sir,
We have 2012 RDP server and we are trying  to RDP of this server from window clients 8.1,
but unable to take rdp of this server showing some error( terminal user is AD users 2008 )

I am also having the same when logging into Windows 2012 R2 servers from Windows 8.1. Windows 7 behaves. We use the "log on to" permission feature in active directory to control which servers and computers users can log into. This works fine until  Server 2012 r2. Add the server name as per normal and "The system administrator has limited the computers you can log on with" continues. Allow the user log on to access to all computers and it works. Can anyone from from Microsoft confirm the behavior and whether its a bug or a change
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Have you got install rdp license on server ?
I do hear strange things with this setup, no actual experience with. A previous question has also be posted here:

Check link

It says the following helped a few people:
The RDP client behaviour is changed in 8.1 and it now it enforces NLA which uses CREDSSP – it is more secure.  
Previous behaviour is that it allowed fallback to “no NLA” when NLA failed.
If NLA is set to “required” on the RDP server side then it is expected that the client connection will fail due to the workstation not being in the list. NLA is using Kerberos or NTLM authentication which cares about where you log on from as per above attribute. In addition if you take RDP out of the loop and browse to a share, for example, on the same RDP server from any OS workstation which is not in the <log onto> list it will also fail with the same error STATUS_INVALID_WORKSTATION!.
Available options here:
1. Use this setting: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\Winstations\RDP-tcp "SecurityLayer", Default is 1 (SSL).  -> Set this to 0.
2. On the client workstation, open the RDP file with Notepad and add the string enablecredsspsupport:i:0
3. Add the source server that the user is connecting to into the LogonTo field

I hope this will help you

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