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RdClient 2.6RdClient is a remote desktop client.
RdClient is a slim remote desktop client for the protocols RDP, VNC and Hyper-V. It manages remote desktops in a tree view similar to the Windows Explorer.
RdClient 2.6 details
|Released:||Nov 30, 2017|
|File size:||1 kB|
|Keywords:||Remote Destop, VNC, RDP, Hyper-V|
RdClient for Windows 10 - Full description
RdClient is a slim remote desktop client for the protocols RDP, VNC and Hyper-V. It manages remote desktops in a tree view similar to the Windows Explorer. The RdClient is optimized for use with Microsoft Windows™ operating systems and is designed to meet the needs of users, which does not want to use the "Remote Desktop Connection" tool already delivered by the Windows operating system on the one hand and on the other hand to use very powerful and expensive RD-tools. The RdClient avoids high complexity and numerous configuration options in favor of a simple and clear arrangement of remote desktops. Basically RdClient is constructed similar to Windows Explorer. In a two-stage tree view consists of folders and remote desktop several remote desktops can be structured clear and comfortable. For each remote desktop is displayed the current status: A green icon indicates an active connection, the icon is blue so the remote computer is accessable online while a gray icon indicates that the remote computer is unavailable (offline). Assuming the support of the remote computer, the RdClient can be used to quickly switch between the desktops to up to 3 different remote protocols and use the respective individual benefits. For example it is possible to use the clipboard in a remote desktop on a virtual machine via RDP and during a reboot temporarily switch to the Hyper-V protocol of the virtual machine.