Microsoft Remote Desktop High Sierra

It seems that in releasing Big Sur, Apple has somehow broken its code-signing service for High Sierra apps acquired through the App Store. There’s a comprehensive discussion here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/252037712?answerId=253880193022&login=true&page=1

Microsoft Remote Desktop Not Connecting Mac Decreasing The Level Of Indent In Bullets Microsoft Word Mac Download Free Microsoft Office 2017 For Mac Microsoft Outlook For Mac High Sierra 10.13 6 Microsoft Word Pdf Mac Microsoft Word For Mac Activate Microsoft Streets And Trips For Apple Mac. My MacBook Pro has the High Sierra 10.13.16 and I want to install Microsoft Remote Desktop. I tried to install it from. Appstore and received an warning: that I need the version 10.14 to use this software. Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 no longer works on my Mac Mini running Sierra (10.12.6). This happened after the most recent update. You can’t open the application “Microsoft Remote Desktop.app” because it is not supported on this type of Mac. Get the Remote Desktop client. Follow these steps to get started with Remote Desktop on your Mac: Download the Microsoft Remote Desktop client from the Mac App Store. Set up your PC to accept remote connections. (If you skip this step, you can't connect to your PC.) Add a Remote Desktop connection or a remote resource. I am trying to connect to PC -Microsoft Windows 10, which is a part of domain server at my office from my. Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.16. I have downloaded the newest Microsoft Remote Desktop application for Mac.

I fell into this hole yesterday when I upgraded my wife’s iMac 12,2 (mid 2011) from El Capitan (10.11) to High Sierra (10.13), the final version that the model will run, so that I could install MS Office 2019 for her. The net result is that any program that needs to be updated through the App Store to run under High Sierra, such as Pages, Keynote and Microsoft Remote Desktop, fails to run and quits with a “code signature invalid” error.

The contributors to the above thread have determined that the fault lies at Apple’s end, in the software that validates new software installations. So far Apple has not acknowledged the fault. If it doesn’t resolve it, many people who can’t upgrade beyond High Sierra are going to have to downgrade (if possible) or buy new Macs.

In all likelihood, there’s no network connection and no path available between the sites, or there’s a firewall or three that’s blocking that access. There’ll need to be either public static IP addresses for the target systems at the office and a path opened through the firewall, or private IP addresses and port-forwarding configured through the firewall, or a VPN configured and established between the remote client and the target network. Or IPv6 and a path through the firewall. There’ll probably want to be a public DNS name established for the target host, too.


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Check with the local networking folks for assistance.

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That’s a guess.


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Alternatively... Please check the Microsoft support forums for assistance with that app, or contact Microsoft support.

Microsoft Remote Desktop Mac High Sierra

Aug 28, 2018 7:59 PM