MFA not working on Windows Server 2012 R2

Been using MFA since PF days.  Deployed it successfully many times but for some reason it's not working with Windows Auth, Terminal Services on a Win 2012 R2 DataCenter box?  The machine was successfully added to my domain PhoneFactor group, I
can see and add the machine on the master MFA.  Services are running but when I remote in I go right through without MFA stopping me?  Any ideas?
TIA

6.3.0 has just been released and 2012 R2 is *still* not supported. What the hell?!?
"Version 6.3.0 of the Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server adds the
  following additional functionality:
* Added one-way SMS functionality for AD FS, RADIUS and User Portal
* Added .csv file import for OATH tokens
* Added support to parse phone numbers in E.164 format during import
  From the directory
* Fixed problem preventing slave servers from performing MFA if the
  master server was unavailable. This problem was found to exist in
  all 6.2.x builds. All customers running 6.2.x should upgrade to 6.3.
* Fixed directory sync issue for recursive security groups
* Added additional logging to AD FS adapter
* Other minor bug fixes and security improvements
Known Issues:
* Windows Authentication for Terminal Services is still not supported for
  Windows Server 2012 R2"
So they added a whole stack of other functionality, but still didn't get around to taking a look at this bug. I'm stunned. Is there any sort of timeline on fixing this, or is 2012 R2 just going to remain unsupported forever?

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    Thanks
    James

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