Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection 2 is now out of beta

The Unofficial Apple Weblog reports Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection 2 is now out of beta.
This is news that is certain to make Mac based Windows Admins (of which I am one) very happy: Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection 2 is finally out of beta. The final release includes all the new features that Microsoft added, some of the highlights include:

* The ability to open multiple instances of Remote Desktop without resorting to a hack (though I do believe that each connection spawns a new instance of the app itself).
* Redesigned UI
* Support for Network Level Authentication (which makes connections more secure)

You can get more info about this release from the MacBU blog post.

1 Comments:

Blogger Benzin said...

Another great alternative for Remote Desktop for Mac-based users is RHUB http://www.rhubcom.com solution. It supports Mac 10.4 and later versions, Intel and PPC-based. It is easy to install, highly secure, and has some great features that enable complete control of the remote system.

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