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I recently configured a temporary RemoteApp solution to allow telework users to access their desktops.
- However, users with a Mac downloaded Remote Desktop Connection 10 from the app store, and they receive the message stated in the title. It's similar to the Windows 10 issue, but I don't know how to fix it, as obviously the reg fix won't work.
- With Microsoft Remote Desktop, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere.Experience the power of Windows with RemoteFX in a Remote Desktop client designed to help you get your work done wherever you are. For Mac users, the stalwart tool has been the Microsoft Remote Desktop connection.
On users with Windows machines, the only issue we ran into was certain versions requiring the following registry change:
reg.exe Add 'HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftTerminal Server Client' /V 'RDGClientTransport' /T REG_DWORD /D '1'
I know this isn't best practice as it forces RPC over HTTP, but as this is a temporary solution we are ok with it.
However, users with a Mac downloaded Remote Desktop Connection 10 from the app store, and they receive the message stated in the title. It's similar to the Windows 10 issue, but I don't know how to fix it, as obviously the reg fix won't work.
I've also read that if I had the RDC 8.0.44 legacy version I may not encounter this error. So my question is two-fold:
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1. Does anyone know how to get RDC 10 to use RPC over HTTP?
2. If not, does anyone know where I can get RDC 8.0.44 (I've search websites and even torrent sites, but no luck)
Thank you in advance!
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Mac users work in their native Unix environment are familiar with using the terminal to SSH into their Linux-based servers. When using a Mac to log into a Windows environment, or vice versa, the task is performed differently. Window machines use a different protocol, one aptly named RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). For our tutorial, we’ll explore how to use your Mac to connect to a Windows server. Let’s get started!
- Mac OS X El Capitan – Version 10.11.16 and above
- Windows VPS Server 2016 and it’s IP address
Step 1: Open Finder >> Applications >> App Store. We’ll be going to the App Store to download Microsoft Remote Desktop.
Step 2. Use the search bar to locate Microsoft’s Remote Desktop. Select Get >> Install App. After installed, click on the Microsoft Remote Desktop icon in your Applications folder.
Step 3: Launch the app by finding it in your Applications folder.
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Step 4: For our connection select + New and fill out the information in the highlighted boxes for the Windows server.Connection Name: A nickname to identify this connection
PC Name: Window’s server IP address
User Name: Administrator
It seems counter-intuitive but close the edit window to save the settings. Immediately, you’ll see the server show up in our My Desktops list.
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Step 5: Click on the server name to connect to your Windows environment. If all the information was correctly entered you’ll see the Window’s environment with the familiar Windows desktop background.
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