Security Package Error in Remote Desktop

RDP-Error.PNGRDP LoginRDP Gateway SettingsHi,

In the last two weeks, I ran "Feature updates to WIndows 10 version 1709" on all Windows 10 PCs and ran Windows updates on SBS2011 servers.
Since then, I think, I started getting this error when Remote Desktop begins to try to make the connection to any computer inside SBS2011 Network.  When I keep trying RDP despite this error, RDP connection is made eventually.

Do you know how I can fix this?

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A workaround would be to clear the cached credentials and re-enter them. Please follow the steps below:

Right click on the Remote Desktop Connection Icon (this is the RDP file you use to connect) and choose the edit option from the context menu

From the Remote Desktop Connection Dialog Box select the Advanced tab

On the Advanced tab you will see a area named “Connect from anywhere” click the Settings…button

You will see a RD Gateway Server Settings Dialog in the Logon Settings area click the “delete” link where it says “You can edit or delete these credentials”

You need to click “Yes” confirm the deletion when prompted

Click OK and then click the “Connect” button.

You will prompted to re-enter your credentials. Check the “Remember me” checkbox only if the computer login you are using is not shared with other users.

Continue to log in as normal
sgleeAuthor Commented:
I tried the above and it worked. However next time, I am back to the same error all over again. How do I fix this problem permanently?
I have many .RDP file and use them to connect to each computer that I manage remotely.
I hope I don't have to go thru this inconvenience each time I need to connect ...
So i was in Microsoft forums... and the cause is related to a Windows 10 update. There is a Remote Credential Guard at the root of it all. There is no actual fix. However, if you copy 2 files (mstsc.exe and mstscax.dll) from a system with Windows 10 1607, you shouldn't get the error anymore.

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