Microsoft Releases Beta 2 of RDC 2.0, adds NLA

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Microsoft has posted Beta 2 of its free Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client for Mac OS X. After round one, a number of important issues were addressed.

  • Multiple Sessions Improvement ? Due to popular demand, the File menu has been redesigned to allow for the launch of multiple Remote Desktop Connection sessions from the menu.
  • File Based Connection Management ? Remote Desktop Connection now manages all connection settings using connection files.
  • Vista Network Level Authentication - Network Level Authentication (NLA) is a new authentication method in Windows Vista that completes user authentication before users establish a full Remote Desktop Connection and the logon screen appears. This method offers security enhancements that can help to protect the remote computer from hackers and malicious software.
  • Auto-Reconnect ? Auto-reconnect allows the Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac to automatically reconnect to the Windows-based computer if the network connection to the remote session is broken.
  • Wide Screen Support ? Remote Desktop Connection now supports screen sizes for wide-screen display.

Microsoft welcomes feedback at the RDC Connect site. The Beta 2 can be downloaded from Mactopia.

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