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RDC client for Mac OS 10.7.4 to Windows 7 PC via VPN

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VPN connects - Microsofts RDC returns an error when trying to connect to the PC using the ip address. Which makes no sense, as an ipad RDC connects to the same pc  as does a mac notebook running OS 10.7.4.

 Any suggestions as to how to solve this mystery? Is there another RDC client?
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