Due to a vulnerability described via the link below, you may have trouble connecting to a server via Remote Desktop Connection (commonly referred to as RDP).
Depending on whether a patch is installed at the source and/or destination, you may get the error prompt below when connecting:
Be careful to differentiate the error below which looks highly similar to the one above, except in this case it was due to account lockout.
Let’s come back to this issue. Per the same link above: “By default, after this update is installed, patched clients cannot communicate with unpatched servers.”
An easy and proper fix is to ensure the same patch is installed at both source/destination. In the meantime, you can implement the temporary workaround detailed below if you need to connect quickly:
Launch local group policy editor, gpedit.msc (you may have to right click and launch as administrator if you do not have local admin right on your machine).
Navigate to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Credentials Delegation and double click on Encryption Oracle Remediation.
Select radio button Enabled. Then click on the drop-down next to Protection Level and select Vulnerable.
You should now be able to RDP to the server remotely with this workaround. Again, this should only be a temporary fix until the proper patch is installed across your environment.