Microsoft App Remote Desktop

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Description Use the Microsoft Remote Desktop app to connect to a remote PC or virtual apps and desktops made available by your admin. The app helps you be productive no matter where you are. Getting Started Configure your PC for remote access first. Description Use the Microsoft Remote Desktop app to connect to a remote PC or virtual apps and desktops made available by your admin. The app helps you be productive no matter where you are. Getting Started Configure your PC for remote access first. Use Microsoft Remote Desktop for Android to connect to a remote PC or virtual apps and desktops made available by your admin. With Microsoft Remote Desktop, you can be productive no matter where. 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.

You can access Windows Virtual Desktop resources on devices with Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, and Windows 7 using the Windows Desktop client.

Important

This does not support Window 8 or Windows 8.1.

This only supports Azure Resource Manager objects, to support objects without Azure Resource Manager, see Connect with Windows Desktop (classic) client.

This does not support the RemoteApp and Desktop Connections (RADC) client or the Remote Desktop Connection (MSTSC) client.

Install the Windows Desktop client

Download the client based on your Windows version:

During installation to determine access, select either:

  • Install just for you
  • Install for all users of this machine (requires admin rights)

To launch the client after installation, use the Start menu and search for Remote Desktop.

Subscribe to a Workspace

To subscribe to a Workspace, choose to either:

  • Use a work or school account and have the client discover the resources available for you
  • Use the specific URL of the resource

To launch the resource once subscribed, go to the Connection Center and double-click the resource.

Tip

To launch a resource from the Start menu, you can find the folder with the Workspace name or enter the resource name in the search bar.

Use a user account

  1. Select Subscribe from the main page.
  2. Sign in with your user account when prompted.
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The resources grouped by workspace will appear in the Connection Center.

Note

The Windows client automatically defaults to Windows Virtual Desktop (classic).

However, if the client detects additional Azure Resource Manager resources, it adds them automatically or notifies the user that they're available.

Use a specific URL

  1. Select Subscribe with URL from the main page.

  2. Enter either the Workspace URL or an email address:

    • For Workspace URL, use the URL provided by your admin.
    Available ResourcesURL
    Windows Virtual Desktop (classic)https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/api/feeddiscovery/webfeeddiscovery.aspx
    Windows Virtual Desktophttps://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/api/arm/feeddiscovery
    Windows Virtual Desktop (US Gov)https://rdweb.wvd.azure.us/api/arm/feeddiscovery
    • For Email, use your email address.

    The client will find the URL associated with your email, provided your admin has enabled email discovery.

  3. Select Next.

  4. Sign in with your user account when prompted.

The resources grouped by workspace will appear in the Connection Center.

Next steps

To learn more about how to use the client, check out Get started with the Windows Desktop client.

If you're an admin interested in learning more about the client's features, check out Windows Desktop client for admins.

Microsoft this week updated its Remote Desktop client for macOS, which allows users to access their computer through another device remotely. The latest update brought native support for the M1 chip, as well as some new features.

With native support for the Apple Silicon platform and the M1 chip, the app runs with better performance and more energy efficiency, which means that it should consume less battery power when running on a MacBook.

In addition, version 10.6 of Microsoft Remote Desktop for macOS also adds support for client-side IME when using Unicode keyboard mode, integrated Kerberos support in the CredSSP, and improved compatibility with macOS Big Sur. You can check out all the changes in the release notes below:

In this release we’ve made some significant updates to the shared underlying code that powers the Remote Desktop experience across all our clients. We’ve also added some new features and addressed bugs and crashes that were showing up in error reporting.

• Added native support for Apple Silicon.
• Added client-side IME support when using Unicode keyboard mode.
• Integrated Kerberos support in the CredSSP security protocol sequence.
• Addressed macOS 11 compatibility issues.
• Made updates to improve interoperability with current and upcoming features in the Windows Virtual Desktop service.
• Made fixes to address mispaints when decoding AVC data generated by a server-side hardware encoder.
• Addressed an issue where windows from remoted Office apps were not visible despite being present in the app switcher.

Users can download Microsoft Remote Desktop for free on the Mac App Store. There’s also an iOS version available that works with iPhone and iPad.

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