Microsoft Remote Desktop
By Microsoft Corporation
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With the Microsoft Remote Desktop app, 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.
Configure your PC for remote access first. Download the RDP assistant to your PC and let it do the work for you: https://aka.ms/rdassistant
Learn more about remote desktop apps here: https://aka.ms/rdapps
•Access to remote resources through the Remote Desktop Gateway
•Secure connection to your data and applications with breakthrough Network Layer Authentication (NLA) technology
•Simple management of all remote connections from the connection center
•High quality video and sound streaming with improved compression and bandwidth usage
•Easy connection to multiple monitors or projectors for presentations
•Print from Windows applications to any printer configured on your Mac
•Access local files on your Mac from your Windows applications
•Support for Azure RemoteApp
We're improving our app - learn more! https://aka.ms/rdmac-preview
What's New in Version 8.0.35.
- Custom ports were ignored when you established a connection from an RDP file.
- You couldn’t map a redirected folder to a drive letter in a remote desktop session.
- The certificate didn’t display correctly on macOS Sierra.
No support for left handers?
This app does what it says on the tin more or less, however an important feature seems to be missing for the left handed among us, that is, the ability to swap the mouse buttons in the remote desktop session. I certainly couldn’t find such an option anywhere, if it is there is it well hidden. The old “Remote Desktop Connection For Mac” app had the ability to do this, under keyboard preferences you could swap primary and secondary mouse buttons. But not in this app (in fact this app's “preferences” are too basic and offer very little user customisation and control). This seems a big oversight.