If using Mac OS X and you need to install and configure Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) please follow these steps:
1. Open the App Store on your Mac. Download and install the 'Microsoft Remote Desktop 10'. Here is a link to the correct application.
Launch the app and choose 'not now'
2. Click 'Add desktop'
PC name is your server name
Click on User Account / Add User Account…
User name:
MyAsp users - MyAspyour_username
Summit Canada and USA users - SummitHostingyour_username
Password: Enter your password
Friendly Name: SummitHosting
Save
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Friendly Name: SummitHosting
Gateway / Add Gateway
Server name - Enter your gateway address:
MyAsp users - mylogin.myownasp.com
Summit Canada - login.summithosting.ca
Summit USA - login.summithosting.com
User Account: SummitHosting
Friendly Name: SummitHosting
Save
Click on the Local Resources tab
Check the 'Printers' box
Save
3. Once saved, you should now have an entry for your server. Double-click this to start the process to connect to your server.
4. During the connection process, you may see a 'Verify Certificate' window. Click 'Show Certificate' and then 'Always Trust these certificates' (you'll need to enter your local Admin password).

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Download Remote Desktop Windows 10

To connect to your campus Windows PC from a Mac you will need to use the Microsoft Remote Desktop application for Mac version 10.1.8 (or higher). If you are using a university-owned Mac, you may already have this app installed. RDP is a technology to solve the problem of allowing remote access. Are you looking for an RDP implementation or more generally for a way to remotely access your.

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