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With Microsoft Remote Desktop clients, you can connect to Remote Desktop Services from Windows Server and remote PCs, and use and control desktops and apps that your admin has made available to you. There are clients available for many different types of devices on different platforms and form factors, such as desktops and laptops, tablets, smartphones, and through a web browser. Using your web browser on desktops and laptops, you can connect without having to download and install any software.




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Here's a list of the Remote Desktop client apps and our documentation for connecting to Remote Desktop Services or remote PCs, where you can find download links, what's new, and learn how to install and use each client.


With the Microsoft Remote Desktop app, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere. Experience rich interactivity using a remote desktop client designed to help you get your work done wherever you are. For example, you can connect to your work PC and have access to all of your apps, files, and network resources as if you were sitting right in front of your work PC. You can leave apps open at work and then see those same apps using the RD client.


My company requires VMWare View to access a remote windows desktop. Under Mac OS, VMWare View calls MSFT RDC to handle the screen interface. It is RDC that is the problem, not VMWare View, according to the crash logs.


I have a macbook pro mid 2010 and it's updated to the most recent software. I am using Microsoft Remote Desktop to connect to my server at work. Unfortunately I am trying to copy pdf files from my macbook pro to the remote desktop folders. I tried to the redirection method but when I select the folder all the files are grey out.


If you need to use a remote computer lab, your instructor will list web addresses on your D2L course site. (Learn more about D2L.) Be sure to use the web address for connecting to remote computers via desktop application. Connecting via web browser uses a different web address.


Proprietary RDP client solutions such as rdpclient are available as a stand-alone application or embedded with client hardware. A new access paradigm, browser-based access, has enabled users to access Windows desktops and applications on any RDP hosts, such as Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDS) Session Hosts (Terminal Services) and virtual desktops, as well as remote physical PCs.


There are many remote desktop connection problems that administrators may encounter, including network failure, Secure Sockets Layer certificate issues, authentication troubles and capacity limitations.


It's easy to dismiss the notion that a firewall could contribute to a remote desktop not working, but it's quite common. To avoid firewall problems, ensure that the port your remote desktop software uses is open on any firewalls residing between client computers and the server they connect to. Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)-based tools use RDP port 3389 by default.


Security certificates can also cause remote desktop connection problems. Many VDI products use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption for users that access VDI sessions outside the network perimeter. But SSL encryption requires the use of certificates, which creates two problems that can cause a remote desktop to not work.


First, if remote desktops are going to connect properly, client computers must trust the certificate authority that issued the certificate. This isn't usually a problem for organizations that purchase certificates from large, well-known authorities, but clients won't always trust the certificates an organization generates in-house. Use a reliable certificate authority to ensure that clients establish remote desktop connectivity.


Many remote desktop connectivity problems can be traced to DNS issues. If an admin changed a host's IP address, then clients might not be able to connect to the host until the client's DNS resolver cache expires. To expire a DNS resolver cache, follow these steps:


You could also experience remote desktop connectivity issues if you exceed infrastructure capacity. In an organization with virtual desktops or VDI, for example, clients may be unable to connect if the available licenses have been depleted. Some VDI implementations also refuse client connections if the server is too busy or if launching another virtual desktop session would weaken the performance of existing sessions.


User Experience -- This is where Desktop Virtualization and physical desktop and laptop management fall into play. Citrix, with its FlexCast model does a wonderful job bringing different types of Desktop Virtualization capabilities to the enterprise. Whether it's VDI, XenApp, OS Provisioning or even Client hypervisors, Citrix owns that space. Couple that with a powerful remote desktop protocol in ICA/HDX and it has that covered very well.


Now I am not suggesting that desktop virtualization, VDI and remote desktop session hosts will address all these issues, but they certainly will make life easier and give somewhat of a consistent user experience to the user had this technology been adopted before the disaster. It would have certainly tested the capacity capabilities of your system and put you in a position to be better prepared. The new files and data you create will definitely remain in the datacenter, your helpdesk would not be as overwhelmed and best of all you can connect from any device, so if you lose power on the main laptop, maybe that iPad has more juice and so on.


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