Copying Files Between Your Apple Mac and Windows Server Using Remote Desktop Connection

May 3, 2007

If your business has a Windows Terminal Server and you use Remote Desktop Connection Client on your Apple Mac to access Windows based programs such as Sage or other bespoke business applications. You can very easily transfer files between these two machines by simply by ticking “Disk Drives” found under Options > Local Resources.  This would also work for a Windows PC which isn’t connected to your busines domain and also should you need access to local printers simply by ticking “Printers” check box.

 

When you remote desktop into the server and browse to the My Computer you should see the following…

These are the local drives on your Apple Mac.

More information at…

http://www.utexas.edu/its/windows/resources/rdc_macintosh.html

and…

http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=Article_MoveFiles

 

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Author: Support @ 11:35 am




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