RDC Menu
RDC Menu
2.20 Beta1

1.0

RDC Menu free download for Mac

RDC Menu2.20 Beta1

30 June 2008

Menubar item to launch MS Remote Desktop Connection Client.

Overview

RDC Menu is a connection manager and multi-launcher for Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client.

Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac allows you to connect from your Mac computer to a Windows-based computer and work with programs and files on that computer.

With RDC Menu you can easily store all your settings for Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client, and connect to multiple servers concurrently.

RDC Menu also adds an icon to your menubar, allowing you easy access to launch the Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client.

What's new in RDC Menu

Version 2.20 Beta1:
  • NEW - Rewrote support for settings file format in MS RDC 2.0 beta 3
  • NEW - Added local tab to settings for the sound, drives and printers
  • NEW - Added drive and folders sharing options in MS RDC 2.0 beta
  • NEW - Added printer sharing options in MS RDC 2.0 beta
  • NEW - Added option to always shareware default printer
  • NEW - Added options for user defined arbitrary display sizes
  • NEW - Added options o disables some warnings in MS RDC 2.0 beta
  • NEW - Rewrote the way that the menus are updated when bookmarks change
  • UPDATED - RDC Menu Bookmarks window to more closely resemble layout in MS RDC 2.0 beta
  • UPDATED - Sparkle updated framework

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How would you rate RDC Menu app?

8 Reviews of RDC Menu

Anonymous
03 August 2005
Version: 1.01

Most helpful

Would be far more useful if it could load a "saved connection" (settings file) rather than simply launch the RDC app into its default state. Running multiple instances is about the only helpful thing it does so far.
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steve-dosan
09 February 2017
Version: 2.20 Beta1
Have you guys tried using apps like R-HUB remote support servers? If not, kindly try the same. It works on Windows, MAC, Android, iOS etc.
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Finkel
28 November 2007
Version: 2.13
I recently gave this app a bad review but have since got it working. I just needed to delete the prefs.
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Finkel
26 November 2007
Version: 2.13
I purchased this app when i was running Tiger and it worked great. Then upgraded to Leopard. RDC stopped functioning. So i wrote the developer, but no response. Today I noticed an updated version, stating Leopard support. Unfortunately I am still having the same issue which is "invalid file name" when the app is launched and the inability to create bookmarks. Would also like to say that since this is not a cheap utility the developers should respond to their customers emails.
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Ooshnoo
29 August 2007
Version: 2.10
Not sure why I'd pay for this when I can just right click on a folder in my dock that contains all my reconfigured RDC connection files.
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Misleb
17 January 2007
Version: 2.01
Nice little utility. Too bad it went from freeware to crippleware. Bookmarks are nice.. but not $25 dollars nice. For $25 dollars I'd expect to get an actual remote desktop client, not jut a utility that runs the old MS version. This whole utility would be worthless if it were easier to run multiple copies of the same program from the Finder. I mean, that is all this utility does, after all.
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4.5
Robert Morton
04 August 2005
Version: 1.01
This is great, but I would also like to recommend adding the ability to launch and connect to various servers. That would make this perfect instead of just really handy.
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4.75
Anonymous
03 August 2005
Version: 1.01
Cool!! I'm so used to manually duplicating the RDC application and then launching it twice that this will help out tremendously. It would be nice if it listed the recent connections from the RDC client and allowed you to automatically connect to a selected one, but I'm not sure if that's even possible. The only really bad part about this handy app is the menubar icon -- which simply sucks. It's pixelated and doesn't match the other monochromatic menubar icons. I made a replacement icon though, which you can download here: http://www.kiddailey.org/files/other/RDCMenuIcon.zip Only downside is that it's a tiff, so it doesn't have the white "onclick" state that png icons have (or, at least I can't figure out how to make it work with tiff).
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Anonymous
03 August 2005
Version: 1.01
Would be far more useful if it could load a "saved connection" (settings file) rather than simply launch the RDC app into its default state. Running multiple instances is about the only helpful thing it does so far.
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