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Jorgen Abdreasson
Posted: Thursday, November 08, 2012 9:48:18 AM
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How does one save a connection?

I'm using version 0.2.7 and doesn't seem to be able to save a connection. There is also nothing in the Open Recent menu.

MacBook Pro
MacBookPro6,2
Intel Core i7
2.8 GHz
OS 10.8.2 (Mountain Lion)
Moshe Hechtman
Posted: Monday, November 12, 2012 9:41:11 PM
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Thinomenon RDC for OSX version 0.2.7 does not have a way to save RDP files.
However, you can open files saved by Microsoft RDC on Windows and/or Mac as well those generated by Windows Server, including RemoteApp ones.
You therefore use Thinomenon Remote Desktop Client to open files generated by Windows Server 2012 web portal.
Michael Sommer
Posted: Thursday, March 07, 2013 4:48:58 PM
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Hi, i have asked myself the same question. Thanks for letting us know.
However: When i open a rdp file created from a 'Quick Start' Installation of Server 2012 RDweb Interface (i try to start calc.exe) i get the following error message:

Cannot connect because the Windows-based computer cannot be found.
Try to reconnect to the Windows-based comupter, or
contact your administrator.

I can connect manually when i start the client and enter the DNS FQDN or IP Adress manually without issues.

What is my problem?

Many thanks,
Michael
T GB
Posted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 6:54:54 AM
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I don't believe 0.2.8 properly supports Server 2012 rdp files and/or connections. We get the exact same error when attempting to use it to connect a Mac to RDWeb on S2012.

The S2012 system - same apps, same connections - works fine with Windows clients using the built-in RD client on Windows 7.
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