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How to enable TLS 1.2 on Windows Server 2008 (not R2)

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I'm trying to enable TLS 1.2 on our Windows 2008 Enterprise server but it's not working.  The registry fixes that I've found seem to be for the R2 version of the OS.  Is TLS 1.2 not supported on the non-R2 version of the server?  Trying to fix an issue before it becomes a problem.  Thanks!
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Thanks Dave.  Will have to figure out a workaround for this server.
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Sorry but if you read the article, there is no work-around.  It is simply not supported.
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