Updating remote desktop
The Azure Remote App service, codenamed "Mohoro," allows users to deploy Windows apps in the cloud and access them from a variety of devices.The updated Remote Desktop preview app is available from the Windows 10 Store.Reason is quite simple, it became really good and with Remote Desktop for OSX it’s a great choice. I usually do several things when connecting to remote server and I have to do several clicks to make it go to a windowed mode. And maybe, just maybe developers will include a feature to disable automatic full screen mode. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info? )I have been successfully using Remote Desktop for months now, but tonightwhen I started it, The update was very unresponsive.More and more of our users are using Mac Book’s and we had to do something.After looking around at alternatives we decided to go with MS native solution. There is only one annoyance I have to resolve, when you start remote session, window opens in full screen.The ability to use existing apps with it makes it more so.
Support for Azure Remote App still isn't there yet for Remote Desktop, as Microsoft acknowledges in its blog post; it's still in the works.Microsoft updated Remote desktop for OSX, now it has more features, and is, in fact, a really usable application.Did you know that the new Remote Desktop for Mac OSX is not developed by the Microsoft?Can you really trust your end users to not forget to run updates in a timely manner?If a critical vulnerability is patched, and the update needs to be deployed immediately, how is that handled?