Pulse Secure Terminal Services RDP access to Windows PC from Mac
I have setup Terminal services Resource Profiles to several Windows 7 PC's.
I can login and connect to these fine using a Windows PC, but when I try connecting from a Mac, I just get a blank web browser window pop up. With some small icons in the corner to exit, log out etc.
Is there a way to launch the RDP client instead? I have the option in the Terminal Services to enable java support - This allows terminal services to work on non-Windows platforms, and provides a fallback option in other cases where ActiveX is not supported.
Re: Pulse Secure Terminal Services RDP access to Windows PC from Mac
I have several different RDP thick clients on my mac which I normally use to connect to Windows with via RDP (MS RDP, Remote Desktop Manager). Issue is when I try through the Pulse Secure it doesn't prompt or allow me to use it. The Terminal Services method through Pulse doesn't assign full VPN access either, so is more secure and much simpler to use (if it worked). I guess my other option could be to allow full VPN access but just lock down to only use port 3389 for RDP, far from ideal, but at least a work around...