Microsoft Remote Desktop 10

Microsoft Remote Desktop 10

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-11-28
  • Current Version: 10.1.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 16.16 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.10 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 147 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Total 147 Reviews
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Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 App Description

Use the new Microsoft Remote Desktop app to connect to a remote PC or virtual apps and desktops made available by your administrator. The app helps you be productive no matter where you are. Configure your PC for remote access first by download the Remote Desktop assistant to your PC and let it do the work for you: https://aka.ms/rdsetup. • Access remote PCs running Windows Professional or Enterprise and Windows Server • Access remote resources published by your IT administrator • Connect remotely through a Remote Desktop Gateway • Secure connection to your data and applications • Streamlined management of your connections from the connection center • High quality video and audio streaming Learn more about remote desktop apps at: https://aka.ms/rdapps.

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Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 App Reviews

  • Getting better and better, but

    4
    By MorningZ
    A big dissapointment is the lack of being able to save an AzureAD username in the “Accounts” pool. The format for those being “AzureAD\”. This application does not allow saving of those, meaning I need to type in my username and my complicated password every time I want to RDP into one of my computers. If that error was removed, this would be a 5 star app for me
  • Awesome update! Thank you!

    5
    By rdevillers
    This is much improved over version 8. It is the answer to my Windows prayers! Copy/paste works all the time, it is much faster, and it is easier to configure IMHO. The only issue I had was importing version 8 session settings. Thank you for a great update!
  • Still doesn’t support SmartCard passthrough

    3
    By wmgg3
    This is useless to the growing number of organizations requiring SmartCard authentication to login to a Windows machine - major missing feature.
  • Love the key mapping feature; hate the frequent freezes

    3
    By _Svix_
    This one has an integrated ability to map cmd+ to ctrl+. Not talking about just he check box, there’s a config file in the app packaging that you can update to include more mappings (and more documentation here would be welcome). This is monumentally helpful. That said, RDP sessions freeze way too often on this… Only way to get out of it is to close the session and reopen. Not majorly painful for simple auth cases, but when connecting to remote hosts that require you to enter password every time and perform dual auth, this can be very frustrating. Also, the perf (screen update) is noticably choppy compared to 8.x version.
  • Easier to use than RDP8 — when it works

    2
    By rhymeswithsilver
    Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 is a welcome UI/UX change from the hackneyed interface of RDP8. However, it’s much less reliable. Computers that I can connect to fine with RDP8 fail to work in RDP10. Sometimes, when I do connect, the screen is a washed-out rainbow. Unfortunately, it looks like I’ll be keeping both versions installed for the time being.
  • I love this app

    5
    By Sam sharaby
    After discovering this app I bought my first Mac
  • Resolution improve needed

    4
    By realLijinyao
    On windows,RDP could adjust resolution according to monitor physical resolution due to windows’s own zoom strategy. But on Mac the resolution of the system is not the same as the monitor physical resolution, so when use same method on macOS the remote resolution won’t be perfect as on windows. For example, I have a 4K monitor, macOS system setting set zoom to 2560 x1440, Than RDP fetch a 2560 x1440 remote screen, but what acutally need to do is fetch a 4k remote screen and set a 150% zoom ratio on windows to get the perfect match regardless to the macOS system resolution.
  • Only missing feature is that tabbed mode

    4
    By aa.mseman
    Only missing feature is that tabbed mode
  • Bring Back the Menu Bar Icon!

    4
    By hwkipierce4077
    I love that I can group my servers (though it would be nice to add multiple servers to a group at one time), but what I miss from this version is the menu bar icon that would let me select a server without having to open connection center, which is very handy when I’m patching 20 servers on Patch Tuesday from the comfort of my desk chair. Please bring that back!
  • Please add a quick connect option

    3
    By Bosticman
    V10 needs a quick connect option where we can simply type a hostname or IP Address without having to create an entry. This request has been mentioned before in both Version 10 and Version 8. I have way too many boxes that I connect to from time to time to warrant having to create and save an entry for them. Also the current version has issues with the password. As was mentioned below by DEBump, we want to save the domain and username but not the password. That’s basic security 101.

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