How To Fix CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation Error In Windows

There are many new issues occurring after updating Windows 10 OS. Previously we showed you walkthroughs on how to fix no internet connection error on Windows 10. Windows 10 OS allows users to set up a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) with another Windows computer so that they can remotely control the systems. This can be done through CredSSP. However, in the recent updates, users start to see “This could be due to CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation” error that an attacker can become the middle-man between the connections of the user and then exploit the details of the user.

These details include essential information, which allows the attacker to install files to access the system and it will then display the message, “This function requested is not supported” when the users try to connect to an RDP Connection.

In this post, we’ll show you 2 ways to fix the CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation error with Local Group Policy Editor & Registry Editor.

How To Fix CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation Error

While the latest update has already resolved this issue, there are still many users that are encountering CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation error when they use a Remote Desktop connection. This causes the Remote Desktop Connection failure and shows a message “This could be due to CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation.”

Users face problems with connecting to the server and setting up a network. Here we are going to show you two ways to fix CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation error in Windows 10 computers.

Method 1: Fix CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation Error Using Registry Editor

  1. Open Registry Editor

First, open Registry Editor in your Windows 10 computer by entering regedit in Search or Run box.

  1. Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.

Now, open Registry Editor in a new window and then double click on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE to expand the subdirectories.

  1. Go to System Registry.

Next, reach System registry by heading to SoftwareMicrosoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies > System

  1. Create CredSSP Key

Right click on System, choose New > Key and then name it as CredSSP.

  1. Create Parameters Key.

Next, right click on CredSSP and then create a new key, named Parameters.

  1. Create AllowEncryptionOracle DWORDValue

In Parameters section, you need to create new DWORD (32-bit) value, named AllowEncryptionOracle.

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  1. Select Modify

Once you create the file, right click on it and select Modify.

  1. Configure Value Data and Base Details

Set Value data to “2” and Base to “Decimal” option.

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  1. Apply Changes

Once done, click on OK to apply the changes

Now, you should try connecting to other systems with RDP and then check if the connection is successful. That’s how to fix CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation error in Windows 10. If this method could not help you, here is another solution to fix the problem with Local Group Policy Editor.

Method 2: Use Local Group Policy Editor

Here are steps to fix CredSSP Encryption Oracle Remediation error using Local Group Policy Editor on your Windows 10.

  1. Open Local Group Policy Editor from the Search bar
  2. Under ”Computer Configuration,” click on ”Administrative Templates” section
  3. Expand “System” option and choose “Credentials Delegation“.
  4. Right click on “Encryption Oracle Remediation” and edit it
  5. Select Enable radio button and change Protection Level to “Vulnerable“.
  6. Once done, click on Apply to resolve CredSSP encryption Oracle remediation error on your Windows 10 computer.

Encryption Oracle Remediation

You will now see Remote Desktop Connection works properly without any errors.

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