Remote Desktop Manager lets you centralize all your remote connections, passwords and credentials into a unique platform that can be securely shared between users.
Drive security, speed and productivity through your organization while reducing risks for your IT department.
Installation/upgrade on an admittedly iffy 10.12.3 standard, non-privileged account results in failure to launch.
Installation from a local admin appears to be normal.
The App Store app was showing it as 'Open' which it wouldn't because the client had already updated to 3.9, which sent me back to the App Store - so I was locked in an infinite loop My fix was to trash the app [or zip it & trash] then go to it in the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/id409907375 which then showed it as 'Install' & I was up & running.
Mine was showing as purchased, but not available as an update.
Remote Desktop Manager is available in two editions: Free and Enterprise. To create an account with No-IP simply click the “Sign Up” link at the top of the page.Fill in the required fields on the new account form and click the “Free Sign Up” button at the bottom of the page. You will receive an email with a link to confirm your account, click that link. Now that you have confirmed your account, you can sign in to your No-IP account.One user raised the issue on the Microsoft Community page: Before the Creators Update rolled out, I was able to use Remote Desktop Connection just fine. I tried looking all over the internet for this, and I cannot find a solution. A quick workaround, however, could be restarting any device that’s involved in the problem.I got to the point where I can try to connect with a local IP, but it says that someone is already connected, even when I just started up my computer. I know this is not a problem with the internet I have because it worked fine before I updated. Speaking of which, we do have a dedicated article on how to fix Remote Desktop Connection issues.I have a Windows 10 Pro Desktop that I remote login, from my laptop and i Pad. Uninstalled and reinstalled, fixed it in the past, not this time.After the update to v1703, I can no longer login using my user account. If I use a different account I can log in, but not my account. Do you have to set up an App password for remote login? I had another user (not an administer) and he was able to login no problem. Nothing happens when I click the tiles, even when run as admin. Check it out and try out the workarounds listed in the article — they may help you fix this bug.Prior to the update, I could move the remote desktop would open in the monitor where I clicked the Connect button.On the top right of the page you should see Sign In.Click Sign In and enter enter your username and password. Note: You should now be logged into the No-IP members section. If you created a free account the hostname should already be created.