I'm not totally sure I'm correct on this point, read the above link and see if you agree! A work around is to lower the security level. Unfortunately, Windows Update can't be automated in many environments such as development, build, test, staging and production without creating other problems. I think it is a good workaround as temporary solution waiting to update both side client and server in order to be safe from remote attacks. My Remote computer is Windows 8. The latter doesn't seem to occur if the machine has automated Windows Updates turned off.
I have windows 7 installed on the remote pc. Details: I found the An Authentication Error Has Occured. You should patch the server-side or ask server administrator to patch it. The Group Policy setting you need is Encryption Oracle Remediation. The first issue seems that Windows 10 Home does not have the Group Policy Editor installed.
Now, the default it to not allow that. Remember to always create complex, strong passwords! Incase if want to check patch is installed for each version. Users can manually change their password upon logon by pressing control-alt- end and following the change password prompts. Mohamed, once we apply the workaround registry key prior to patch cycle, that leaves us 'vulnerable' so-to-speak. You should patch the server or ask the server's administrator to patch it.
You can read - for more information on the Group Policy and registry key. We've documented our findings on the symptoms, suspected causes, explanations, and a simple workaround in this blog post: Hope this helps. Here's the specific part that talks about several nodes failing. Can you install the latest updates for your client Windows and see if the option appear? If so, don't consider it private. If an administrator has set it so that they cannot connect to unpatched systems, then all they can do is ask for the patch to be installed on the system they need to connect to. It would allow an attacker to relay user credentials to execute code on a target system. I have lower the security of my station just to connect to that server.
Easiest solution is to connect to the Microsoft store and install the latest version of remote desktop. An unfortunate Windows10 update issue yet again. But at least you can get your work done. This issue is only affecting those on Windows Version 1803. Remote Desktop Connections Fail Starting May 9, we received many reports of Remote Desktop connections failing globally. Is there a patch being worked on?.
The function requested is not supported I tried several things I found by googling, for example adding extra SecurityPackages values to the registry as described here: but that didn't work. The function requested is not supported. Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. Previously, you were able to connect remotely from the updated machine to machines without the update. I managed to find an article showing how to get the gpedit.
This is not recommended for a permanent solution since it means that the vulnerability could still exist on the servers. Thank you for starting this discussion because in it I found a solution to my issue. On May Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a patch that basically enforces the March patch, so if your workstation got the May patch but you're trying to connect to servers that haven't received the March patch, you'll get this error. I had the same issue. Solution 3: Using Registry Editor The same thing can be achieved through Windows Registry. Solution If you are system administrator I suggest that you read more about possible solutions at If you just want to make it work and you are trying to connect to a server which is out of your reach and you can't physically access it to install updates, follow this solution.
Keep in mind that as admins we also apply the same common practice to group policies and registry changes. For more information, see the Microsoft article. From File Explorer, choose Computer, right-click and select Properties, then click Change Settings, and go to the Remote tab. This was announced in advance and the time delay was to allow people to update their systems. Well, in some cases we're behind by more than two months depending on client maintenance window availability and season. The function requested is not supported.