Use Remote Desktop on your Windows, Android, or iOS device to connect to a Windows 10 PC from afar.
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Set up the PC you want to connect to so it allows remote connections:
Make sure you have Windows 10 Pro. To check, go to Start > Settings > System > About and look for Edition. For info on how to get it, go to Upgrade Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro.
When you're ready, select Start > Settings > System > Remote Desktop, and turn on Enable Remote Desktop.
Make note of the name of this PC under How to connect to this PC. You'll need this later.
Use Remote Desktop to connect to the PC you set up:
On your local Windows 10 PC: In the search box on the taskbar, type Remote Desktop Connection, and then select Remote Desktop Connection. In Remote Desktop Connection, type the name of the PC you want to connect to (from Step 1), and then select Connect.
On your Windows, Android, or iOS device: Open the Remote Desktop app (available for free from Microsoft Store, Google Play, and the Mac App Store), and add the name of the PC that you want to connect to (from Step 1). Select the remote PC name that you added, and then wait for the connection to complete.
Remote Access; Remote Desktop Manager 2021.1.23.0 Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) centralizes all remote connections on a single platform that is securely shared between users and across the entire team.
Learn the inside scoop on the new Windows Remote Desktop App for iOS, Mac OSx, and Android in this interview with Sr. Product Manager Adam Carter. We ask common questions, demo the iOS remote desktop client, and chat about some of the VDI enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2.
- Using Microsoft Remote Desktop for Mac OS X will connect but only with IP Address. Using Remote Desktop from any other Windows PC on same network to same always works with PC Name.
- . Desktop delivery technology has evolved considerably in the last ten years and now more than ever the number of options and complexity can be overwhelming. Today’s session focus is Microsoft Remote Desktop Services is to help navigate the desktop delivery technology and options from Microsoft.
- A little while ago I had looked at the Microsoft Remote Desktop app in the AppStore and it worked with 10.7 and newer. Now after getting this machine up to that, I see that the 8.0.33 update of RDC from just last week requires 10.9, taking it out of reach and fitting in nicely with the rest of the story that I will not bore you with.
In this interview that starts at [02:22], we cover:
- Why are we doing this?
- [03:55] Demo Microsoft RDP Client on iPad
- [04:20] Configuring the Remote Desktop published list from Windows Server 2012 R2 VDI deployment
- [05:18] Connecting up to Excel remote app and zoom, keyboard, list of other applications, switch to other applications
- [07:10] Playing YouTube video over RDP
- [07:52] Connecting up to Windows Desktop
- [08:35] Trackpad mode
- [09:35] What clients does the application support connecting to?.
- [10:14] What are some of the new enhancements with Windows Server 2012 R2 VDI?
- Windows 8.1 Enterprise Evaluation – https://aka.ms/win81ent
- Cloud OS Evals (Windows Server, System Center, SQL) – https://aka.ms/cloudoseval
- What’s new in System Center 2012 R2 Jumpstart – https://aka.ms/sc2012R2js
- What’s new in Windows Server 2012 R2 Jumpstart – https://aka.ms/ws2012js
- Download the iOS app, Mac OS, or Android Microsoft remote desktop apps
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