Install Remote Desktop Connection
- Head to the Mac App Store and Download the Microsoft Remote Desktop client.
- Once installed, you will now have a program in your Dock called Remote Desktop Connection.
Instructions coming soon. For now please setup manually below.
- Open Microsoft Remote Desktop.
- Select New
- In the General tab, set the:
Connection Name: Moneypenny
PC Name: mydaes.moneypennyservices.co.za
User name: mydaes\username this is provided in the setup email
Password: This is provided in the setup email
- [Recommended] Go to the Session tab and tick Forward printing devices.
- [Recommended] Go into the Redirection tab and tick Enable folder redirection. Then hit the + and give the folder a name of your choosing, then browse for the path. This will allow you to move files (Exports, PDFs) between the server and your selected folder(s).
- Close the Edit Remote Desktops window and open the connection file you created. You may be warned about the security, if this happens continue.
- Before the login-screen appears, you may be asked to confirm that you would like to access your Drive, Clipboard and Printers. Select Do not ask again for connections to this computer and hit connect.
- Type in your Username and Password as provided.
- If this is your first login, you will be prompted to change your password. Your new password must be 8 characters or longer. Click the arrow once done to login.
Please note that mydaEs uses in a number of areas a ‘right click’ context sensitive menu. Even though the Apple designers have sometimes done away with a right click button on your mouse, it is still possible to bring up the context sensitive menus on your MAC in a number of ways.
If you have a Trackpad, the default behaviour for a ‘Secondary Click’ is clicking with two fingers next to each other at the same time. You can of course though alter this behaviour in ‘System Preferences’ – ‘Trackpad’.
If you have an external one button mouse, you will have to hold down the Ctrl key before you click your main mouse button to trigger the right click menu.
If your mouse supports it though, you will have options in ‘System Preferences’ – ‘Mouse’ to configure what action triggers the right click menu.
Please note, that a right click menu is not only used on mydaEs, it is commonly used throughout your MAC software.