As seen in the following side-by-side images, the Connect to a remote PC tab is missing from the Edge UI (the image on the left), whereas in Internet Explorer (the image on the right) this tab is still displayed.
When Internet Explorer is configured to work in this scenario, the MsRdpClientShell - MsRdpWebAccess.dll add-on is loaded as an ActiveX control.
If you have specific websites and apps that have compatibility issues with Microsoft Edge, you can use the Enterprise Mode site list. This lets you continue to use Microsoft Edge as your default browser while also making sure that sites and apps that rely on Internet Explorer continue to work.
To download the Enterprise Mode Site List Manager tool from the Internet Explorer Download Center, go to Enterprise Mode Site List Manager.
To add sites to your Enterprise Mode site list, see https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt270205.aspx#fix_specific_sites.
For information about how to configure RD Session Host and RD Connection Broker servers to take advantage of the Web SSO feature when you start RemoteApp programs from RD Web Access, see Introducing Web single sign-on for RemoteApp and Desktop connections.
For information about Remote Desktop Web Access single sign-on in Windows Server 2012, see Remote Desktop Web Access single sign-on now easier to enable in Windows Server 2012.
ID článku: 3092523 – Posledná kontrola: 30. 9. 2015 – Revízia: 1