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Remote Desktop Connection display preferences
Article You can save display preferences for each Windows-based computer that you connect to. Most of these preferences affect how graphics are displayed. The options t...
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Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2 Privacy Information
Article Last updated: September 2010 Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2 (“Remote Desktop Connection”) allows you to use your Mac to work remotely on a...
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Known issues in Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2
Article Last updated: September 2010 A warning appears when you connect to a Windows-based computer When you connect to a Windows-based computer, Remote Desktop Connect...
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What's new in Remote Desktop Connection
Article Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2 features a redesigned user interface, improved customization options, and the ability to connect to multipl...
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Set up a Windows-based computer for remote access
Article Before you can use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to a Windows-based computer, you must set up the Windows-based computer to allow remote connections.  Im...
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I can't see the Mac menu bar
Article Cause: The Remote Desktop session is running in full-screen mode. Solution:     Point to the edge of the screen where the menu bar is usually located. The menu ...
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I can't connect to the Windows-based computer
Article Cause: The Windows-based computer is not set up to accept remote connections. Solution:     Turn on the remote desktop setting on the computer that you want to ...
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Universal access options
Article Remote Desktop Connection uses a select number of the universal access features of Mac OS X. Universal access features can make it easier to use your computer i...
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Connect to a Windows-based computer
Article Important     Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac (version 2.1.1) is not intended for use with Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) or later. Before you can con...
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Create and change connection files
Article Remote Desktop Connection saves your connection preferences to a default connection file. To save time when you connect, you can save additional computer names ...
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View the privacy information
Article The privacy information for Remote Desktop Connection is only available online. Once your computer is connected to the Internet, go to the Privacy Information f...
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Windows and Mac OS version compatibility
Article To use Remote Desktop Connection, you must have one of the following supported operating system combinations.  Important    Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection ...
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Authentication options
Article Remote computer authentication verifies that you are connecting to the correct Windows-based computer. There are three available authentication options. Always ...
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Improving session speed
Article The performance of a Remote Desktop session is decreased and applications might run slower when animation and graphics-intensive features are transmitted over t...
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Work in full-screen mode
Article When you first connect to a Windows-based computer, the remote session appears as a window on your Mac desktop. You can change from window mode to full-screen m...
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Connect to a server console session
Article Important    To log in to a console session on a remote server that is running Windows Server, you must be an administrator on the Windows-based computer. Open ...
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Change a keyboard shortcut
Article Remote Desktop Connection includes keyboard shortcuts for the Mac that correspond to tasks on the Windows-based computer. You can turn off these default keyboar...
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Limit a session to a single Windows-based application
Article If you frequently work in a specific application on a server that is running Windows Server, you can save time by starting the Remote Desktop session with only ...
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Close a connection
Article You can close a remote session either by disconnecting from or logging off the Windows-based computer. Disconnecting closes the connection, but leaves the Windo...
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Link Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac lets you connect from your Macintosh computer to a Windows-based computer or to multiple Windows-based computers at the...
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Keyboard shortcuts
Article Some of the content in this topic may not be applicable to some languages. You can quickly perform tasks by using keyboard shortcuts — one or more keys that you...
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Connect to multiple computers
Article If you want to connect to more than one Windows-based computer at a time, you can save a connection file for each computer that you connect to. Each connection ...
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I can't copy and paste between computers
Article Cause: Some clipboard formats cannot be pasted. Solution:     Copy the text into an intermediate program that has a compatible clipboard format. Copy from a Win...
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I can't hear sounds
Article Cause: Sound preferences are turned off. Solution:     Select an option to play sound. On the RDC menu, click Preferences . Click Sound , and then click the opt...
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Print a document
Article You can print documents that are on your Windows-based computer to a printer that is connected to your Mac. To do this, you first have to share the printer with...
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