troubleshooting Question

Disabling TLS 1.0 causes errors Server 2012R2

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Shane MacNeillFlag for Canada asked on
VirtualizationWindows OSWindows Server 2012Azure
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I am in the process of setting up our Windows Server 2012R2 VM in Azure for PCI compliant ciphers and protocols. When I disable TLS 1.0 I get an error in my system log:

A fatal error occurred while creating an SSL client credential. The internal error state is 10013.
with an Event ID of 36871

Most of the answers I have seen are for server 2008 and in regards to SMTP. There is nothing that runs SMTP on this server, it's just an IIS box hosting a few web services. RDP works just fine, everything else seems fine, kind of confused as to why disabling TLS 1.0 would do this. When I re-enable it, the errors go away.  

Any Suggestions?

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