Q. How do I connect my local disk to my Remote Desktop for Mac? [Scotch Staff]
Answered By: James Anthony Last Updated: Jan 24, 2020 Views: 41
This FAQ only details the procedure for Mac users. If you are a Windows user, please follow this FAQ.
Please update Microsoft Remote Desktop through Self Service in order to follow these steps most effectively.
- Open Microsoft Remote Desktop
- You will need to edit some settings to connect. To do so, click the Pencil icon in the bottom right corner of the desktop you have just created.
- Click the Local Resources/Folders tab.
- In order to transfer your folders into your remote session, you will need to Tick the Folders/Redirect tick box. You will then need to Click the + Icon in order to select which folders to transfer.
- Navigate to the file you would like to access in your Remote Session. In this example, we are going to transfer Documents into the Remote Session. Once you have Selected which file to transfer, Click Open.
- The file you have just selected should now appear in the highlighted box. If it does not appear, retry step 9, otherwise, Click Save.
- You will now need to Double Click the desktop in o rder Connect the new Session with the Redirected Folders. Once you load into the desktop, the redirected folders will show up in your "This PC" View.