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Briefly breaking from its OS X Mountain Lion theme Wednesday morning, Apple released updates for iMovie and Remote Desktop Client. The updates address stability issues, but Apple didn’t mention any features or compatibility changes targeting the new Mac operating system release.

iMovie update fixes QuickTime, import issues

iMovie 9.0.7 fixed stability issues related to third-party QuickTime components, improved stability when reviewing MPEG-2 clips in the Camera Import window, and addressed a problem where audio might not be included when importing MPEG-2 content from cameras.

Find LogMeIn product guides, downloads, FAQs, release notes, and other supporting documentation in the LogMeIn product knowledge base. Mar 27, 2020  Mac OS X Mountain Lion - Microsoft Remote Desktop Client download below.As you know, you can no longer download Microsoft Remote Desktop from the Apple Store for your older mac OS 10.8.5, since only 10.9 is supported. How to Connect using the LogMeIn Client Desktop App. Can I use a Mac OS X computer to control a LogMeIn computer? Please visit the NEW LogMeIn support site here. Welcome to LogMeIn Support! Reset Search. LogMeIn Client desktop app for Mac. Printable View « Go Back. Information: Body: File size: 6.2 Mbytes.

The slim release notes for Remote Desktop Client Update 3.6 say Apple added IPv6 connection support, and added the ability to report on new attributes and settings in System Overview Report. Remote Desktop Client 3.6 requires OS X Lion 10.7 or higher, or OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.

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Apple also released Apple Remote Desktop 3.6 Admin with IPv6 support and the ability to generate the new System Overview Reports that Remote Desktop Client 3.6 supports.

iMovie is priced at US$14.99 and is available through the Mac App Store. The Remote Desktop Client and Remote Desktop Admin updates are available through the Software Update application, or as downloads at the Apple Support website.


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Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop

Since we're talking RDC, and I just recently encountered the issue, how does one create a shortcut I can just double-click on to launch a connection to a server? I'd like to have one click access to my server at home.
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Make an alias to the saved file and place wherever, double-click. Two clicks, not one, though.

Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop
Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop

Tried that, but when I double-click the file (or put it in the dock and single-click), it asks what file to open it with..
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Drag the file to the Application first to make it aware of which one to launch it with. Then try the double/single/triple click dealie.

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Ah. Okay, I'll give that a try tonight, thanks.
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click on the triangle next to OPTIONS in the RDC window. Set all your preferred settings and then click on SAVE AS..

Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop
I manage 80 or so Windows 2000 & Windows 2003 Servers with my Mac OS X box (much to my CIO's annoyance). Instead of using Microsoft RDC for Mac, I compiled rdesktop and launch sessions with shell scripts. All you need to do is make sure you have X11 and the X11 SDK installed. Then download the latest tarball from rdesktop.org. Here is an example script that will do all the dirty work for you. Once you have rdesktop installed, then you can start writing little shell scripts to launch you RDC sessions from xterm or iTerm (my fav) after launching X11. This little script will launch a RDC session at 1024x768 & 65k colors, put your login name and domain name in the MSGina winlogon. You can add '-p password' but since these are clear text shell scripts, you will create a security issue and Windows already is insecure enough without your Mac adding to the problem. If you want to connect to the console of the Windows Server or XP box, use '-0' in the command. The nice part of using scripts is that you can launch a bunch of sessions quickly -- faster than you can do in Windows RDC or Mac RDC!

The one big caveat with using rdesktop so far for me has been the clipboard. You can copy info from rdesktop to the mac but not back. I found a work around using gedit. You paste your mac text into gedit, highlight it, copy it again then you are able to paste it in your Windows session.

Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop
Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop
Editing text files is too much work.

Instead, hold down the 'Apple' key when you click 'Connect' to enable a connection to the console for a one time use.

Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop

Since Microsoft's RDC 2.0 changed file formats (to plist/XML), the 'connect to console:i:1' trick no longer works. I tried to guess what Microsoft might have renamed it, but no permutation of 'connect' and 'console' (as either integers or booleans) in the plist file met with any success. I was just about to run 'strings' on the application bundle when I decided to give the built-in help document a shot.
A search for 'console' in the help doc revealed the simple solution: add '/console' (without quotes or spaces) after the server address to connect to the console session. Likewise, add it to the 'ConnectionString' plist key in a saved RDP file for the same effect.

Automatically connect to console in Remote Desktop

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It has been deprecated. A workaround is:
Open the preferences and click on the Applications button.
Add the following command:
tscon 0
This will immediately switch your session to the console on login. It's not perfect, but it works. Bartender barcode for mac.

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In version 2.1 use SERVERNAME /console or IPADDRESS /console