Remote Desktop Web Client is now generally available


Microsoft has released the first version of Remote Desktop Web Client on July 16, 2018. In this first release, The RD Web CLient contains a core set of features to get you started in providing a simple, no-install, consistent cross-platform solution to end users who don’t need some of the more advanced features from a native client. There are also some features available as below:

  • Access desktops and apps published through a feed
  • Single sign-on
  • Print to PDF file
  • Audio out
  • Full screen and dynamic resolution
  • Copy/paste text using Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V
  • Keyboard and mouse input support
  • Localized in 18 languages

The RD Web Client is supported on Edge, IE11+, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari browsers for desktop platforms like Windows, macOS, Chromebook, and Linux.
Microsoft Documentation on Docs: Set up the Remote Desktop web client for your users
More information on the updates of this release and previous releases, check out What’s new for the Remote Desktop web client?
Below of some pictures from Remote Desktop Service team.

Main page of the web client

RemoteApp session


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