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Where are the Options in RDC 2.0 fior Mac??

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I have just downloaded the latest RDC client for MAC's and installed on my Mac book.  When I launch the client I do not see the connection options anywhere.  The only thing I can do is enter a computer name/IP and connect.  Has anyone else experienced this?  I have read this client should have the ability to map printers, changes session windows sizes, etc...  Any ideas?
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Eoin OSullivan earned 500 total points
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Look in the Menubar at the top of the screen when RDC is open .. in the RDC menu open the Preferences.

Once you make a Connection use the File Menu in RDC to SAVE the Connection.  You can then use the Edit Connection command to edit all the settings you mention.
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ah yes.  I'm a newbie mac user so I didn't see the menu bar.  Thank you!
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