Are there any alternate RDP Clients for Mac

mossme89

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Jul 2, 2009
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Instead of "Microsoft Remote Desktop." The reason I'm asking is that for whatever reason, Microsoft's RDP client for Mac does not allow you to organize your saved connections into folders or categories. So if you have more than half a dozen or so saved RDP connections, it can be difficult to find the one you want.

This isn't a huge deal, but it would make things a lot easier if there was a decent alternative to Microsoft's RDP client.
 

simon lefisch

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Sep 29, 2014
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Instead of "Microsoft Remote Desktop." The reason I'm asking is that for whatever reason, Microsoft's RDP client for Mac does not allow you to organize your saved connections into folders or categories. So if you have more than half a dozen or so saved RDP connections, it can be difficult to find the one you want.

This isn't a huge deal, but it would make things a lot easier if there was a decent alternative to Microsoft's RDP client.
MS is working on adding a feature so you can organize your saved RDP connections into folders.
 

LJIV

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Jan 7, 2015
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Instead of "Microsoft Remote Desktop." The reason I'm asking is that for whatever reason, Microsoft's RDP client for Mac does not allow you to organize your saved connections into folders or categories. So if you have more than half a dozen or so saved RDP connections, it can be difficult to find the one you want.

This isn't a huge deal, but it would make things a lot easier if there was a decent alternative to Microsoft's RDP client.
Give RoyalTSX a try. I was having the same issue using the updated RDC client and not being able to better organize/manage multiple connections.

I was introduced to it when I started a new position recently. I've found it easy to navigate and I use it daily to connect to numerous WinOS systems.

https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/osx/features
 

buddyspencer

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Oct 4, 2005
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I'm searching for an RDP App where I can choose the network interface I want to use. Should be different to my standard-network.

Something like VMWare is doing with it's VMs (there I can choose the network I want).