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I have been hunting around for weeks, and I am unable to find a suitable Remote Desktop Manager.

I am trying to get away from Windows altogether, and until I can find a suitable application that will fit my needs, I'm stuck. I really want to wipe my bootcamp partition.

The one I currently use with windows is VisionApp vRD, and it works perfectly in Windows, but they just don't offer anything for the Mac OS.

Basically what I am looking for is an application that when I open it up will have a pane of some sort that will allow me to save RDP connections in a directory tree type of format.

So that when I need to log into say one of my Domain Controllers all I have to do is expand the Domain Controllers folder and click on the domain controller that I need to log into. It would then in turn launch a remote desktop connection in a tabbed window. By doing it in a tabbed window it allows you to be able to control more than one RDP session at a time, just by going back and forth between tabs.

Does anyone know if anything like this or similar exists for the mac?
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Not sure if this will fit the bill, but Microsoft makes a RDP client for Mac.

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Not sure if this will fit the bill, but Microsoft makes a RDP client for Mac.

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...which you can use the way you want just by saving your connections into a folder or folders. You can put that folder on the desktop and/or in the Dock as a stack.

When connections are open, they will each appear as individual icons in the Dock. You can click back and forth in the Dock, use Expose, or command-tab.
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I know this thread is older than dirt but it was one of the first hits on google when I was search for rdp manager for the mac.

Anywho... stumbled on a decent rdp manager called CoRD and it's pretty cool, check it out if you wish.

CoRD: Remote Desktop for Mac OS X

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