Yes, Splashtop Center supports RDS remote connections with Network Level Authentication (NLA) option.
When setting up RD Session Host on remote desktop server, you will be prompted to specify authentication method (see Figure below).
If you select Require Network Level Authentication, the User Name and Password login fields must be filled in, when creating RDP/RDS shared resource in Splashtop Center.
If you select Do not Network Level Authentication, the User Name and Password login fields are optional at the time of creating RDP/RDS shared resource in Splashtop Center. In fact, we suggest that you with this selection option, so as to support any version of the Remote Desktop Connection client.
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