How to set up Remote Desktop to mount local drives
Learning how to map drives from server to remote desktop doesn’t have to be a hassle. Remote Desktop Connection can make it quite a simple process. RDC is a tool that creates remote desktop sessions to Windows servers and PCs by employing Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
All editions of Windows 10, and Windows Server include RDC by default. Keep reading to find out how to let PCs running Windows 10 show local drive in remote desktop sessions.
Microsoft not only provides RDP-functioning software that connects to Windows from a Mac, but it also works for mobile platforms like iOS and Android, too. Alternatively, Mac users can share Mac files/folders to a Windows desktop simply by using the Remote Desktop app’s Redirection tab.
For Windows users, Remote Desktop Connection is built-in by default and permits the configuration of file and folder sharing before a connection being established.