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MAC OS X RDP to MS SBS Server

Hello and thank you for your time.

In the office we have several MAC's and Windows PC's as well as a 2008 Server. The PC's and MAC's are networked. So far the MAC people on did file sharing.
We received a new management application. The application is not MAC compatible.

We need to be able to RDP from the MAC to the server using terminal services.

Any input help would be appreciated.
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loshdog
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loshdog
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askurat1Commented:
There is rdp for mac with the new version of Microsoft office: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/
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loshdogAuthor Commented:
MAC Office 2008 has it?
What about MAC office 2004?
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askurat1Commented:
The newest version 2011 is the only version that has it but I gave you a link above that is a standalone version.
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loshdogAuthor Commented:
Thank you much.
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chakkoCommented:
The newest version is RDC 2.1.0 for Mac

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=68346e0d-44d3-4065-99bb-b664b27ee1f0

Stand alone installer package.
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wkcarlsonCommented:
I've found a program called CoRD to be very useful for RDP connections from Mac to Win.

http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/22770/cord
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