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If I walk away from my computer for even a minute, the Remote Access locks up and I have to go back in again. I am using the latest MS Remote Desktop Client for Mac () on a remote connection and then hangs there for about 3 minutes before.
Also try to traceroute maybe to the server you RDP to. Mark Mark 11 1. I know this is very old.
Just adding my 2 cents as I'm getting this problem few times in a day. Marcin Marcin 11 1. Robin Robin 11 2. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.
Here's how. Go to the icon Dock on your desktop and click the blue "App Store" icon to open it. Inside the Mac App Store, type "Microsoft Remote Desktop" into the search bar at the top right hand portion of the window. The option you want is an orange icon with a computer monitor on it. It should be the first option listed.
To begin downloading Microsoft Remote Desktop, click the blue "Get" button. This app is free, so no price will be listed. Once you click on "Get," the button will turn green and say "Install app. For here, you can close out the App Store. To access the newly downloaded app, click the the grey "Launchpad" icon in the Dock.
Click the Microsoft Remote Desktop app icon to open the app. If you can't seem to find the icon it will look the same as it did in the App Store , try swiping left. If you have many application, the Launchpad will have multiple pages.
Once you have Spotlight open, type "Microsoft Remote Desktop" and hit enter. When you first open the application, you may be presented with a pop up window alerting you to what is new in Microsoft Remote Desktop.
Feel free to close that window and continue on. If you want to be able to quickly return to this application in the future, you should set it in your dock.
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At this point you'll need to enable remote access on your target PC. For a Windows 10 machine, head to the start button on the bottom left of your desktop. Click the start button and then click "File Explorer. In the system properties window, click on "Remote settings" on the left-hand side.
Make sure the radio button next to "Allow remote connections to this computer" is clicked.
It is Mac OS. New 22 Nov 3. I've made some progress on this. I've tried two other remote desktop applications: I have tried many different display settings for Windows 10 Remote Desktop remote display; and, although the problem improves at lower resolutions, the performance is still terrible. It seems to me that this is a problem with Windows 10 Remote Desktop since other remote desktop apps work fine in the same configuration.
The problem seems to be that Windows 10 Remote Desktop is not well-designed for large display sizes and chokes on transferring video data for large display sizes. New 23 Nov 4. Yes it is a problem with RDP, because it like all other remote access programs cannot use a resolution higher than what is best for use across a remote detection. In that last bit, again you will have to set for no background, no fancy animation, nothing that will cause the systems to lock up.
Last edited by bro67; 23 Nov at New 23 Nov 5. Yes, it is asking a lot for any remote desktop app to process a lot of bandwidth but some apps handle that better than others.
The Windows 10 Remote Desktop app seems to be the worst of all the apps I have tried. New 23 Nov 6. New 23 Nov 7.