Windows 2012 multi-user Remote Access

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  1. Alejandro Matamoros

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    Hello there,

    what is the best solution to perform a simultaneous remote control access to the same Server seession, from a PC and from a Mac, at the same time? Server is Windows Server 2012.

    I am looking for the most stable and quality solution, including "not free" 3rd part softwares...

    If possible, justify you advises sharing direct experience in the solution.

    Thank you very much!
     
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    The best way to remote talk to server 12 is "remote management"… the built in protocol made for the job but I don't understand the other part of your question;

    1. You want the mac to talk to the server and see files?

    2. You want the mac to talk to the server and control a V-system installed on or managed by that server?

    3. Or you just want the mac to talk (share files etc) with other pc and the server isn't allowing the connection?
     
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    We want to manage an application installed into the Windows Server 2012 from a PC and a MAC, via remote control access, at the same time (multiuser access at the same server session)..
     
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    Yes I use it for works' help desk... Adobe tests their products before putting them out.

    p.s, it's not very proxy server friendly... I'm still a little vague on why this is on a server instead of a workstation but that’s your business anyway.
     

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