2X Client RDP (Remote Desktop)
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2X Client RDP connects with the 2X ApplicationServer XG to publish any Windows application to Mac desktops. 2X Client can also be used to connect to remote desktops via RDP.

2X ApplicationServer XG features:
  • Publish applications from Windows servers, rather than installing locally, when available for Mac
  • Tunnel an application, not just complete desktops
  • Seamless integration with local desktop & taskbar
  • Filter applications based on username, group membership or IP
  • Publish Windows applications onto Linux and
What's New
Version 11.0.1897:
  • Added: Graphics Acceleration (RemoteFX and NSCodec)
  • Added: Support for 64-bit
  • Added: Shortcuts
  • Added: Spanish keyboard layout
  • Improved: Removed Screen Size limit
  • Improved: Danish Keyboard layout
  • Fixed: Compatibility with ASXG less then 9.0
  • Fixed: Support for OS X 10.6
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.0 or later



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Petieg reviewed on 11 Sep 2013
By far the best Mac RDP client I can find. CoRD is great as well -- but this unified printer (driver) thing is awesome. No more setting up matching drivers on the server, opens PDFs directly on your desktop when "Print to PDF" is used. Wish i could automatically have my settings saved to Dropbox so i could use the same ones on all my Mac's. I wish there was a preference for all new connections that I can set.
[Version 10.6.1483]

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lemonmojo replied on 09 Oct 2013
You might want to try Royal TSX. It uses ordinary xml files as it's storage and works just fine with Dropbox. It's also available on iOS and Windows.
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Petieg replied on 09 Oct 2013
Wasn't a fan of RoyalTSX -- but on your recommendation, i'll give it another shot. thx.
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Encro commented on 01 Dec 2009
We use the 2X Client to connect to a Microsoft RDP Server. It handles load balancing a lot better for running multiple virtualised desktops. One thing that is a little annoying is the Mac version doesn't seem to allow Windowed mode when connected to a virtual desktop and always wants to start on monitor 1 if you have more than one screen.
At this stage I prefer Microsoft RDC on the Mac because it allows a bit more control but this is advancing quicker than RDC.

There are some further instructions here detailing connecting to an Application Server.
http://www.2x.com/applicationserver/as_manual/2XApplicationServer-Installi-4.html
[Version 7.3.753]

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Stutemp1 replied on 17 Jun 2010
How do you get it to connect to the Windows Remote Desktop server? Tried changing the port to 3389 but no luck. The Windows client has a separate "New Windows Terminal Server" connection option instead of just "New 2X connection". We wanted to test it directly with the built-in Windows terminal server before installing the full 2X app server package on the Windows server.
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Indio rated on 08 Dec 2010

[Version 8.1.930]


Downloads:5,130
Version Downloads:164
Type:Business : Applications
License:Free
Date:15 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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2X Client RDP connects with the 2X ApplicationServer XG to publish any Windows application to Mac desktops. 2X Client can also be used to connect to remote desktops via RDP.

2X ApplicationServer XG features:
  • Publish applications from Windows servers, rather than installing locally, when available for Mac
  • Tunnel an application, not just complete desktops
  • Seamless integration with local desktop & taskbar
  • Filter applications based on username, group membership or IP
  • Publish Windows applications onto Linux and Mac
  • Publish applications to Web Interface (Windows clients only)
  • Connects to the 2X ApplicationServer to publish applications to a terminal server farm
  • SSL secured application access
  • Universal Printing
  • Automatic redundancy
  • Associated File Extensions
  • Multiple Monitor support
  • Application Limit and CPU loadbalancing URL/Mail redirection via the 2X ApplicationServer Windows 2008 ready
  • Security by MAC Address filtering, via the 2X ApplicationServer


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