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Update:2022-01-14
Info:

What's new in this version:

Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.4
- It's 2022 and time for the first update of the year! In this release we addressed full screen display issues with the new 2021 MacBook Pro 14" and 16" models.
- In addition, we updated the client to better handle load-balanced RD gateway configurations


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.3
- Unfortunately, the 10.7.2 update broke smart card redirection for some users in session reconnect scenarios. As a consequence, we will squeeze in one more update this year to fix this regression. Apologies for the inconvenience.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.2
- Added support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro devices
- Refreshed the look and feel of the PCs and Apps tabs of the Connection Center
- New SHIFT+COMMAND+K hotkey to jump to the Connection Center
- Improved compatibility with third-party network devices and load balancers for workspace download and RD Gateway-based connections
- Support for the ms-rd URI scheme
- Improved support for invertible mouse cursors that straddle the image boundary
- Support for .RDPW files produced by the AVD Web Client
- Fixed a bug where a workspace subfolder would remain expanded even if the root folder was collapsed
- Updates and enhancements to Teams redirection (only available in AVD scenarios)
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting and feedback


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.1
- fixed some bugs that were causing the app to crash


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.0
- Invertible cursors (like the I-Beam) are now outlined to make them visible on dark backgrounds
- The underlying code backing the Connection Center (PCs and Workspaces) has been significantly improved
- Added support for local window move in RemoteApp scenarios
- Updated the Connection Information dialog (Connections > Show Connection Information)
- Added screen capture protection for Azure Virtual Desktop scenarios
- Addressed a design defect that was allowing folders to be redirected multiple times
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting and feedback
- Updated Help > Submit Feedback to navigate to a new support forum
- In addition, we have continued to make updates to improve security, connectivity and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop
- Note that by default local window move in RemoteApp scenarios is disabled. To enable local window move, set the EnableRemoteAppLocalMove user default to true
- We appreciate all the comments sent to us through the App Store, in-app feedback and email. If you encounter any errors, you can contact us via Help > Submit Feedback


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.8
Added:
- background refresh for subscribed workspaces
- a checkbox to General Preferences to enable/disable Microsoft Teams optimizations
- UI to report if a remote app could not be launched on the server due to not being on the system allow list

Fixed:
- an issue where the session window may jump to another monitor when auto-reconnect kicks in
- an issue where the session window would sometimes be enlarged after connecting
- Addressed an issue where the name of a redirected folder would be incorrect in the remote session
- a bug that made it difficult to resize remote app windows
- Improved the error messages that are displayed when user accounts fail to update
- an issue where window titles in the list of connected remote apps were blank
- Addressed a multimon issue where the mouse cursor shape would not update correctly when dragging between monitors
- an issue where the session window could not be made wider when placed at the top or bottom of the screen
- Addressed scenarios where the mouse cursor would disappear while connected to a remote PC
- Deletion of an Azure Virtual Desktop workspace now correctly removes all associated workspaces
- an issue where adding a folder to redirect to a bookmark would enable the "Add" button with an empty PC name
- Addressed an issue where double-clicking the title bar incorrectly stretched the session window
- Updated the mouse to change to a hand glyph when hovering over a red input error indicator
- an issue where the session window would flash rapidly in the "Mission Control" or "Application windows" view

- in addition, we have continued to make updates to improve connectivity and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop
- note that by default subscribed workspaces are refreshed every six hours. This interval can be changed using the ClientSettings.WorkspaceAutoRefreshInterval user default (minimum is 30 minutes and maximum is 24 hours).


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.7
- Worked around a 0x907 (mismatched certificate) error code that was caused by third-party infrastructure returning an incorrect certificate in redirection scenarios
- Fixed the root cause of a 0x207 (handshake failure) error code that was returned when connecting using an incorrect password to a pre-Windows 8 server with NLA enabled
- Resolved a 0x1107 (invalid workstation) error code that was returned when Active Directory workstation logon restrictions were set
- We also updated the default icon for published desktops, and worked around an issue that was causing smart card redirection to fail against recently patched versions of Windows
- Finally, we made some updates to improve compatibility and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly known as Windows Virtual Desktop)
- Thanks to everyone who reported bugs and worked with us to diagnose and fix issues. If you encounter any errors, you can contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.6
- In this release we enabled connectivity to Windows Server 2003 servers that have TLS enabled for Remote Desktop connections. We also addressed a 0x3000066 error that was being returned in gateway scenarios, and aligned TLS version usage with the Windows Remote Desktop client.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.5
- In this release we fixed an issue that was causing the client to return a 0x907 error code when connecting to a server endpoint with a certificate containing the Remote Desktop Authentication EKU (1.3.6.1.4.1.311.54.1.2). We also updated the client to address a 0x2407 error code that was preventing users from being authorized for remote access.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.4
- In this release we fixed an issue that was causing the client to return a 0x907 error code when processing a server authentication certificate that has a validity lifetime of more than 825 days


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.3
- In this release we fixed a bug that was causing the client to return a 0x507 error code

In addition, we enabled the following features on Apple Silicon:
- Support for the AVC420 codec
- Smart card redirection (requires macOS 11.2 or later)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.2
- In this release we removed a double prompt for credentials that occurred in some scenarios when connecting using an RD Gateway
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.1
- In this release we fixed a hang that occurred when connecting via an RD Gateway
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.0
- In this release we've made some significant updates to the shared underlying code that powers the Remote Desktop experience across all our clients. We've also added some new features and addressed bugs and crashes that were showing up in error reporting.
- Added native support for Apple Silicon
- Added client-side IME support when using Unicode keyboard mode
- Integrated Kerberos support in the CredSSP security protocol sequence
- Addressed macOS 11 compatibility issues
- Made updates to improve interoperability with current and upcoming features in the Windows Virtual Desktop service
- Made fixes to address mispaints when decoding AVC data generated by a server-side hardware encoder
- Addressed an issue where windows from remoted Office apps were not visible despite being present in the app switcher
- Note that this app now requires macOS 10.14 or later


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.2
- Added HTTP proxy support for RD Gateway connections
- Fixed an issue where an RD Gateway connection would fail with a 0x3000064 error code
- Addressed a bug where workspace discovery and download would fail if the port number was included in HTTP GET requests


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.1
Changes:
- Addressed an issue where the UI would stop resolving a workspace name during subscription
- Fixed an in-session bug where graphics updates would stall while input continued to be sent
- Resolved a number of reliability issues identified through crash reporting


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.0
Changes:
- You can now edit the display, device and folder redirection settings of published PC connections
- Remote app windows now shrink to the dock when minimized
- Added a Connection Information dialog that displays the current bandwidth and round-trip time
- Added support for RD Gateway consent and admin messages
- Fixed an issue where an RDP file specifying a gatewayusagemethod of 0 or 4 was incorrectly imported
- The Edit Workspace sheet now shows the exact time at which the workspace was last updated
- Removed trace spew that was output when using the "--script" parameter
- Addressed an issue where the client would return a 0x30000066 error when connecting using an RD Gateway server
- Fixed an issue users would be repeatedly prompted for credentials if Extended Protection for Authentication was set on the server
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting
- Addressed keyboard and VoiceOver-related accessibility bugs


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.4.1
- Addressed several reliability issues identified through crash reporting
- Addressed keyboard and VoiceOver-related accessibility bugs
- Fixed an issue where the client would hang on reconnect when resuming from sleep
- Fixed an audio artifact that was heard when playing back the first chunk of a redirected audio stream
- Addressed an issue where the client would report a 0x5000007 error message when connecting using an RD Gateway server
- Corrected the aspect ratio of PC thumbnails displayed in the Connection Center
- Improved smart card redirection heuristics to better handle nested transactions
- Fixed a bug that prevented bookmark export if the friendly contained the "/" character
- Resolved a bug that was causing a 0xD06 protocol error when running Outlook as a remote app
- Added support for a new integer RDP file property (ForceHiDpiOptimizations) to enable Retina display optimization


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.4.0
Changes:
- PC Quick Connect (CMD+K) allows you to connect to a PC without creating a bookmark
- Auto-reconnect now helps to recover from transient network glitches for PC connections
- When resuming a suspended MacBook, auto-reconnect can now be used to reconnect to disconnected PC connections
- Added support for HTTP proxies when subscribing and connecting to Windows Virtual Desktop resources
- Implemented support for HTTP proxy automatic configuration with PAC files
- Integrated support for NETBIOS name resolution so you can connect to PCs on your local network more easily
- Fixed an issue where the system menu bar would not respond while the app was in focus
- Fixed a client-side race condition that had the potential to cause decryption errors on the server
- Made improvements to monitor layout and geometry heuristics for multimon scenarios involving Retina-class monitors
- Multimon layout configurations are now maintained across session redirection scenarios
- Addressed an issue that prevented the menu bar from dropping in multimon scenarios
- User account UI that interacts with the macOS keychain will now surface keychain access errors
- Hitting cancel during workspace subscription will now result in nothing being added to the Connection Center
- Added key mappings for CMD+Z and CMD+F to map to CTRL+Z and CTRL+F respectively
- Fixed a bug that caused remote apps to open behind the Connection Center when launched
- Worked around an issue where AAC audio playback on macOS 10.15 would cause the client to stall
- SHIFT+left-click now works in Unicode mode
- Fixed a bug where usage of the SHIFT key would eventually trigger the Sticky Keys alert in Unicode mode
- Added a check for network availability before connection initiation
- Addressed pulsing of PC thumbnails that occasionally occurred during the connection sequence
- Fixed a bug where the password field in the Add/Edit User Account sheet become multiline
- The "Collapse All" option is now greyed out if all workspaces are collapsed
- The "Expand All" option is now greyed out if all workspaces are expanded
- The first-run permissions UI is no longer shown on High Sierra
- Fixed an issue where users were unable to connect to WVD endpoints using saved credentials in the DOMAINUSERNAME format
- The username field in the credential prompt is now always prepopulated for WVD connections
- Fixed a bug that clipped the Edit, Delete and Refresh buttons for workspaces if the Connection Center was not wide enough
- The "email or workspace URL" field in the Add Workspace sheet is no longer case sensitive
- Usage of the AVC codec is now configurable (see note below)
- Fixed a number of accessibility issues that impacted VoiceOver and keyboard navigation scenarios
- Lots of updates to improve interoperability with current and upcoming features in the Windows Virtual Desktop service


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.12
- Addressed a crash that prevented the client from starting up for some users
- Fixed a hang that occurred when copying Outlook mails in the remote session
- Made updates to address crashes reported through telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.11
- In this release we've addressed an authentication error that was preventing some users from subscribing to workspaces. We've also updated the client to perform a background refresh of all subscribed workspaces when starting up to ensure that published apps and PC resources are kept current.
- Barring any unforeseen developments, this should be the last release that will be compatible with macOS 10.12. If you are interested in trying out the latest pre-release builds of the macOS client, you can install beta updates.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.10
- In this release we've included updates to address interoperability issues with the Windows Virtual Desktop service
- Barring any unforeseen developments, this should be the last release that will be compatible with macOS 10.12. If you are interested in trying out the latest pre-release builds of the macOS client, you can install beta updates


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.9
Updated:
- Control+Option+Delete now triggers the CTRL+ALT+DEL sequence (previously required Fn to be pressed)
- Fixed the keyboard mode notification color scheme for light mode
- Addressed scenarios where connections initiated using the GatewayAccessToken RDP file property did not work


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.8
- The key change in this update is the ability to switch between Scancode (CTRL+COMMAND+K) and Unicode (CTRL+COMMAND+U) modes when entering keyboard input. Unicode mode allows extended characters to be typed using the OPTION key on a Mac keyboard. For example, on a US Mac keyboard, OPTION+2 will enter the trademark (™) symbol. You can also enter accented characters in Unicode mode. For example, on a US Mac keyboard, OPTION+E followed by the "A" key will result in "á" being sent to the remote session.

Other updates in this release include:
- Cleaned up the workspace refresh experience and UI
- Addressed a smart card redirection issue that caused the remote session to hang at the Winlogon screen with the "Checking Status" message
- Reduced the time taken to create temporary files used for clipboard-based file copy and paste
- Temporary files used for clipboard file copy and paste are now deleted on app exit (instead of relying on macOS to clean them up)
- PC bookmark actions are now rendered at the top right corner of thumbnails
- Made fixes to address issues reported through crash telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.7
In this release we fine-tuned some code and fixed the following bugs:
- Empty files were created when copying via clipboard from the remote session to a network share or a USB drive
- A double certificate prompt occurred in some scenarios when an empty password was specified in the user account


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.6
- In this release we fixed a bug that was causing zero-length files to be created when copying a folder from the remote session to the local machine using file copy and paste


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.5
- Redirected folders can now be marked as read-only to prevent their contents from being changed in the remote session
- Addressed the cause of a 0x607 error that was being shown when connecting using RPC over HTTPS RD Gateway scenarios
- Fixed cases where users would be double-prompted for credentials
- Fixed cases where users would receive the certificate warning prompt twice
- Added heuristics to improve trackpad-based scrolling
- Don't show the "Saved Desktops" group if there are no user-created groups
- The tiles in the PC view have received a UI makeover
- Fixes to address crashes sent to us via application telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.4
Bugs fixed:
-  When connecting via an RD Gateway with multifactor authentication, the gateway connection will be held open to avoid multiple MFA prompts
-  All of the client UI is now fully keyboard accessible with Voiceover support
-  Files copied to the clipboard in the remote session are now only transferred when pasting to the local Mac
-  URLs copied to the clipboard in the remote session now paste correctly to the local Mac
-  Scale factor remoting to support Retina displays is now available for multimon scenarios
-  Addressed a compatibility issue with FreeRDP-based RD servers that was causing connectivity issues in redirection scenarios
-  Addressed smart card redirection compatibility with Windows 10 20H1
-  Created a workaround for a macOS 10.15 regression that made the menu bar unclickable
-  Addressed an issue specific to macOS 10.15 where the incorrect available space was reported for redirected folders
-  Published PC connections are represented with a new icon in the Workspaces tab
-  "Feeds" are now referred to as "Workspaces", and "Desktops" as "PCs"
-  Fixed inconsistencies and bugs in user account handling in the preferences UI
-  Lots of bug fixes to make things run smoother and more reliably
-  If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.3
Added user defaults to disable smart card, clipboard, microphone, camera, and folder redirection:
-  ClientSettings.DisableSmartcardRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableClipboardRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableMicrophoneRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableCameraRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableFolderRedirection

Bug fixes:
-  Resolved an issue that was causing programmatic session window resizes to not be detected
-  Fixed an issue where the session window contents appeared small when connecting in windowed mode (with dynamic display enabled)
-  Addressed initial flicker that occurred when connecting to a session in windowed mode with dynamic display enabled
-  Fixed graphics mispaints that occurred when connected to Windows 7 after toggling fit-to-window with dynamic display enabled
-  Fixed a bug that caused an incorrect device name to be sent to the remote session (breaking licensing in some third-party apps)
-  Resolved an issue where remote app windows would occupy an entire monitor when maximized
-  Addressed an issue where the access permissions UI appeared underneath local windows
-  Cleaned up some shutdown code to ensure the client closes more reliably


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.2
- Fixed a bug that was causing a low resolution to be used when connecting to a session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.1
Fixed:
- Addressed connectivity issues with RD Gateway servers that were using 4096-bit asymmetric keys
- Fixed a hang that would randomly occur while downloading feed resources
- Got rid of a crash that was preventing the client from starting up
- Resolved a crash when importing connections from Remote Desktop 8
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.0
- Camera redirection is now possible when connecting to Windows 10 1809, Windows Server 2019 and later
- We've added a new dialog that requests your permission to use the microphone and camera for device redirection
- The feed subscription flow has been rewritten to be simpler and faster
- Clipboard redirection now includes the Rich Text Format (RTF)
- When entering your password you have the option to reveal it with a "Show password" checkbox
- Addressed scenarios where the session window was jumping between monitors
- The Connection Center displays high resolution remote app icons (when available)
- CMD+A maps to CTRL+A when Mac clipboard shortcuts are being used
- CMD+R now refreshes all of your subscribed feeds
- Added new secondary click options to expand or collapse all groups or feeds in the Connection Center
- Added a new secondary click option to change the icon size in the Feeds tab of the Connection Center
- A new simplified and cleaner app icon


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.13
- Fixed a hang that occurred when connecting via an RD Gateway
- Added a privacy notice to the "Add Feed" dialog


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.12
- Resolved random disconnects (with error code 0x904) that took place when connecting via an RD Gateway
- Fixed a bug that caused the resolutions list in application preferences to be empty after installation
- Fixed a bug that caused the client to crash if certain resolutions were added to the resolutions list
- Addressed an ADAL authentication prompt loop when connecting to WVD deployments


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.11
- In this release we refined the fix we made in version 10.2.10 that addressed instability caused by the recent macOS 10.14.4 update


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.10
- In this release we addressed instability caused by the recent macOS 10.14.4 update. We also fixed mispaints that appeared when decoding AVC codec data encoded by a server using nVidia hardware


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.9
- In this release we fixed an RD gateway connectivity issue that can occur when server redirection takes place. We also addressed an RD gateway regression caused by the 10.2.8 update


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.8
- Resolved connectivity issues that surfaced when using an RD Gateway
- Fixed incorrect certificate warnings that were displayed when connecting
- Addressed some cases where the menu bar and dock would needlessly hide when launching remote apps
- Reworked the clipboard redirection code to address crashes and hangs that have been plaguing some users
- Fixed a bug that caused the Connection Center to needlessly scroll when launching a connection


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.7
- In this release we addressed graphics mispaints (caused by a server encoding bug) that appeared when using AVC444 mode


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.6
 - Added support for the AVC (420 and 444) codec, available when connecting to current versions of Windows 10
- In “fit to window mode”, a window refresh now occurs immediately after a resize to ensure that content is rendered at the correct interpolation level
- Fixed a layout bug that caused feed headers to overlap for some users
- Cleaned up the Application Preferences UI
- Polished the Add/Edit Desktop UI
- Made lots of fit and finish adjustments to the Connection Center tile and list views for desktops and feeds


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.4
- Added dark mode support for macOS Mojave 10.14
- An option to import from Microsoft Remote Desktop 8 now appears in the Connection Center if it is empty
- Addressed folder redirection compatibility with some third party enterprise applications
- Resolved issues where users were getting a 0x30000069 RD Gateway error due to security protocol fallback issues
- Fixed progressive rendering issues some users were experiencing with fit to window mode
- Fixed a bug that prevented file copy and paste from copying the latest version of a file
- Improved mouse-based scrolling for small scroll deltas


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.3
- Added support for the "remoteapplicationcmdline" RDP file setting for remote app scenarios
- The title of the session window now includes the name of the RDP file (and server name) when launched from an RDP file
- Fixed reported RD gateway performance issues
- Fixed reported RD gateway crashes
- Fixed issues where the connection would hang when connecting through an RD gateway
- Better handling of full-screen remote apps by intelligently hiding the menu bar and dock
- Fixed scenarios where remote apps remained hidden after being launched
- Addressed slow rendering updates when using "Fit to Window" with hardware acceleration disabled
- Handled database creation errors caused by incorrect permissions when the client starts up
- Fixed an issue where the client was consistently crashing at launch and not starting for some users
- Fixed a scenario where connections were incorrectly imported as full-screen from Remote Desktop 8


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.2
- A brand new Connection Center that supports drag and drop, manual arrangement of desktops, resizable columns in list view mode, column-based sorting, and simpler group management
- The Connection Center now remembers the last active pivot (Desktops or Feeds) when closing the app
- The credential prompting UI and flows have been overhauled
- RD Gateway feedback is now part of the connecting status UI
- Settings import from the version 8 client has been improved
- RDP files pointing to RemoteApp endpoints can now be imported into the Connection Center
- Retina display optimizations for single monitor Remote Desktop scenarios
- Support for specifying the graphics interpolation level (which affects blurriness) when not using Retina optimizations
- 256-color support to enable connectivity to Windows 2000
- Fixed clipping of the right and bottom edges of the screen when connecting to Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and earlier
- Copying a local file into Outlook (running in a remote session) now adds the file as an attachment
- Fixed an issue that was slowing down pasteboard-based file transfers if the files originated from a network share
- Addressed a bug that was causing to Excel (running in a remote session) to hang when saving to a file on a redirected folder
- Fixed an issue that was causing no free space to be reported for redirected folders
- Fixed a bug that caused thumbnails to consume too much disk storage on macOS 10.14
- Added support for enforcing RD Gateway device redirection policies
- Fixed an issue that prevented session windows from closing when disconnecting from a connection using RD Gateway
- If Network Level Authentication (NLA) is not enforced by the server, you will now be routed to the login screen if your password has expired
- Fixed performance issues that surfaced when lots of data was being transferred over the network
- Smart card redirection fixes
- Support for all possible values of the "EnableCredSspSupport" and "Authentication Level" RDP file settings if the ClientSettings.EnforceCredSSPSupport user default key (in the com.microsoft.rdc.macos domain) is set to 0
- Support for the "Prompt for Credentials on Client" RDP file setting when NLA is not negotiated
- Support for smart card-based login via smart card redirection at the Winlogon prompt when NLA is not negotiated
- Fixed an issue that prevented downloading feed resources that have spaces in the URL


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.1
- In this release we enabled connectivity to Azure Active Directory (AAD) joined PCs. To connect to an AAD joined PC, your username must be in one of the following formats: “AzureADuser” or “[email protected]
- In addition, we addressed some bugs affecting the usage of smart cards in a remote session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.0
- Incorporated updates for GDPR compliance
- [email protected] is now accepted as a valid username
- Clipboard sharing has been rewritten to be faster and support more formats
- Copy and pasting text, images or files between sessions now bypasses the local machine’s clipboard
- You can now connect via an RD Gateway server with an untrusted certificate (if you accept the warning prompts)
- Metal hardware acceleration is now used (where supported) to speed up rendering and optimize battery usage
- When using Metal hardware acceleration we try to work some magic to make the session graphics appear sharper
- Got rid of some instances where windows would hang around after being closed
- Fixed bugs that were preventing the launch of RemoteApp programs in some scenarios
- Fixed an RD Gateway channel synchronization error that was resulting in 0x204 errors
- The mouse cursor shape now updates correctly when moving out of a session or RemoteApp window
- Fixed a folder redirection bug that was causing data loss when copy and pasting folders
- Fixed a folder redirection issue that caused incorrect reporting of folder sizes
- Fixed a regression that was preventing logging into an AAD-joined machine using a local account
- Fixed bugs that were causing the session window contents to be clipped
- Added support for RD endpoint certificates that contain elliptic-curve asymmetric keys
- Fixed a bug that was preventing the download of managed resources in some scenarios
- Addressed a clipping issue with the pinned connection center
- Fixed the checkboxes in the Display property sheet to work better together
- Aspect ratio locking is now disabled when dynamic display change is in effect
- Addressed compatibility issues with F5 infrastructure
- Updated handling of blank passwords to ensure the correct messages are shown at connect-time
- Fixed mouse scrolling compatibility issues with MapInfra Pro
- Fixed some alignment issues in the Connection Center when running on Mojave


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.8
- Added support for changing the remote resolution by resizing the session window
- Fixed scenarios where remote resource feed download would take an excessively long time
- Resolved the 0x207 error that could occur when connecting to servers not patched with the CredSSP encryption oracle remediation update (CVE-2018-0886)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.7
- Made security fixes to incorporate CredSSP encryption oracle remediation updates as described in CVE-2018-0886.
- Improved RemoteApp icon and mouse cursor rendering to address reported mispaints
- Addressed issues where RemoteApp windows appeared behind the Connection Center
- Fixed a crash that occurred when editing local resources after an import from Remote Desktop 8
- Pressing ENTER on a desktop tile will now initiate the connection
- When full screen, CMD+M will now correctly map to WIN+M
- The Connection Center, Preferences and About windows now respond to CMD+M
- Pressing ENTER from the "Adding Remote Resources" sheet now starts feed discovery
- Fixed an issue where a new remote resource feed would show up empty in the Connection Center until refresh


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.6
- Fixed an issue where RemoteApp windows would reorder themselves
- Resolved a bug that was causing some RemoteApp windows to get stuck behind their parent window
- Addressed a mouse pointer offset issue that affected some RemoteApp programs
- Fixed an issue where starting a new connection would give focus to an existing session and not open a new session window
- The correct error message is now displayed when a gateway server could not be found
- The Quit shortcut (CMD + Q) is now consistently shown in the UI
- Improved the image quality when scaling in "fit to window" mode
- Updated the default icon for desktop tiles


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.5
- Connecting to a remote app no longer gets stuck at the "Configuring remote session" prompt
- Added UI in General Preferences to specify the default redirected folder when launching RDP files or remote apps
- A port number can now be specified when subscribing to remote resources
- Fixed a number of bugs affecting RDP file import and export scenarios
- The Preferences shortcut (CMD + ,) is now consistently shown in the UI


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.4
- Improved the reliability of downloading remote resources
- Fixed scenarios where the incorrect error code was returned when name resolution failed
- Added an option to set the color quality of the connection
- Fixed a number of bugs affecting RDP file launch scenarios
- Addressed scenarios where the mouse cursor would disappear
- Fixed graphical issues with some apps running in the remote session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.3
- Remote resource feed downloads now support load-balanced servers without showing a certificate warning
- The 0x908 licensing error during auto-reconnect scenarios has been resolved
- The mouse cursor used to disappear in some scenarios, but we fixed it to stay visible
- The RDP file "alternate shell" property is now honored
- Dragging and dropping emails within Outlook in RemoteApp scenarios now works
- Menu items related to saved desktops no longer disappear when switching between pivots
- Added a hotkey for the "Add Remote Resources" action (CMD + S)
- Improved reliability when connecting through an RD Gateway
- The RD Gateway port number can now be specified as part of the gateway name
- Connecting via an RDP file no longer creates a bookmark in the Connection Center
- Quicken backup now works over redirected folders
- Wildcard specifiers now work against redirected folders


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.2
- We fixed a crash that occurred when subscribing to or refreshing inaccessible remote resource feeds


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.1
- Small tweak and fixed the settings migration feature (Connections > Import from MS Remote Desktop 8) to detect the data from version 8.0.43 of MS Remote Desktop 8 (versus detecting if the app is installed)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.0.1
- Change log not available for this version


Update:2021-12-20
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Arq Backup Version 7.12
Changed:
- Changed Arq's behavior regarding unknown objects found when adopting backup sets (or upgrading from Arq 5). On first backup after adopting a backup set, Arq will initialize its database from existing data as much as possible; it will reuse objects as much as it can and leav the remaining objects alone. The "Remove Unreferenced Data" function will delete all unreferenced data, including objects found during initialization that weren't referenced by any backup record that Arq was successfully able to read during initialization. This resolves the scenario where, with Arq 5, the user may have deleted backup records but not executed Arq 5's "Remove Unreferenced Data" function.
- Retry on HTTP 408 errors
- Changed the retention behavior: When applying retention rules after backup, Arq now writes to the activity log every backup record date/time and whether it was kept or deleted

Fixed:
- Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when clicking "Create Backup Plan" with no storage locations configured (which causes the add-storage-location dialog to appear) and then clicking Cancel on the add-storage-location dialog.


Arq Backup Version 7.11
Fixed:
- an issue where Arq would report an error for an SFTP storage location where the path is a symlink to a directory (instead of a regular directory)
- an issue where, when browsing Arq 5 data, if you enter an incorrrect password, Arq returns an error message instead of prompting a second time for an encryption password
- an issue where Arq could initialize its database from existing backup records, find errors, and report errors for the wrong backup recorsd


Arq Backup Version 7.10.1
Improvements:
- Fixed an issue where, if an APFS volume is unmounted, Arq can give "volume not mounted" errors during subsequent backups of volumes on the same device until ArqAgent restarts
- If Arq fails to establish an SSL session with a Microsoft OneDrive/SharePoint server, retry a few times before giving up, to work around seeming configuration issues on Microsoft's end
- Fixed an issue where Arq may not prevent sleep when the prevent-sleep-during-backup option is checked in the backup plan


Arq Backup Version 7.10
Improvements:
- Added support for Wasabi eu-west-1 (London) region

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, if the preflight script fails, file-change notifications are lost until the next full fiile scan
- Fixed issues with applying retention settings
- Removed a workaround that was causing Arq to retry on erroneous Amazon Drive 400 errors (which Amazon Drive seems to have stopped sending)
- If "skip items excluded by Time Machine" option is checked, exclude .Trash and .Trashes, which seem to be hard-coded Time Machine exclude rules


Arq Backup Version 7.9.2
Improvements:
- Added a workaround for Amazon Drive's inconsistency in showing accurate directory contents for just-created directories


Arq Backup Version 7.8.2
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause 'expired_auth_token' errors when backing up to B2


Arq Backup Version 7.8
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which could cause not-found errors when reusing backup data originally creatd by Arq 3 and stored in Glacier, and then adopted by Arq 5 and then Arq 6 and then Arq 7
- At backup start, check whether computer is on an allowed network before trying to connect to the storage location, to avoid unnecessary error reports
- Updated app icon to a squircle similar to current Apple icons


Arq Backup Version 7.7.2
- Fixed an issue that could cause "PATCH HTTP error 500" errors when encountering multiple folders with the same name in the same folder in Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.7.1
- Fixed an issue that could cause "Error: missing error information" when querying S3 and S3-compatible buckets where versioning was enabled, disabled, and then enabled again


Arq Backup Version 7.7
Improvements:
- Added a tooltip over the "Modified" column that describes which values have changed
- Show 'Last Changed' column in backup record detail view to indicate metadata (not file contents) have changed
- Modified APFS snapshot usage to prevent other processes from unmounting Arq's snapshot during backup
- Changed activity log and email report to show more readable numbers like "5 MB" instead of "5,234,221 bytes"
- Added details to the documentation for immutable backups and thinning
- In the edit-SFTP-storage-location dialog, edit the path as well

Fixed:
- an issue which could cause 'missing error information' errors during cleanup
- an issue where the 'show hidden files' checkbox wasn't taking effect on subdirectories when directories are expanded
- an issue that could cause occasional upload errors to Arq Cloud storage
- an issue that could cause a crash when saving a backup plan on macOS 10.11
- an issue that could cause slow database initialization on first backup after upgrading from Arq 5 and using Amazon Drive or Google Drive
- If an error occurs during search, show the error and continue searching the other backup sets
- issues with some menubar icons rendering incorrectly when the menubar's background is dark
- an issue where could cause "Error saving directory metadata" error
- If the volume type is 'nfs', scan it because no file-change notifications are available


Arq Backup Version 7.6
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi ap-northeast-1 (Tokyo) region

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where Arq didn't report an error when restoring from Glacier with an IAM user that didn't have sufficient permission to restore Glacier objects
- Added a workaround for browing backup records when the 'backupfolder.json' file is missing
- Fixed an issue where Arq wasn't always retrying on transient Arq Cloud Storage errors


Arq Backup Version 7.5.18
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'Error communicating with the cloud server' error messages when backing up to Arq Cloud storage and a timeout occurs


Arq Backup Version 7.5.17
Fixed:
- an issue where Arq wasn't retrying in the case of a transient error backing up to Arq Cloud storage
- an issue which could a block when reading from Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.5.16
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause 'Error creating cloud account' for some users
- Do not log an error when backing up an empty folder
- Fixed an issue where, if a backup plan's options include a restricted list of WiFi networks, the allowed-network check failed because the computer had just woken up and WiFi was the active network interface but not connected to a network yet
- Fixed an issue where OneDrive aborted a file-upload session and Arq reported it as an error instead of retrying


Arq Backup Version 7.5.13
- Fixed an issue which could cause "File backupconfig.json in directory ... is missing" errors when backing up with an adopted Arq 5 backup set


Arq Backup Version 7.5.10
Fixed:
- Added a workaround for parsing retain-dates in slightly different formats from the S3 format
- If backup starts in a pause "window", pause before doing anything else, such as preventing computer sleep
- Fixed an issue where the retain dates of some objects in an immutable backup were set to longer-than-needed durations
- Fixed an issue which could cause "HMACSHA256 of encryption dat file does not match" error during backup after changing the backup plan's encryption password


Arq Backup Version 7.5.9
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause Arq to report errors on extending object lock if you modify the object lock interval to a smaller number (because object lock duration can't be reduced once set)
- Store the previously-entered value for "pause minutes" so that it doesn't reset to 120 the next time you choose "Pause..." from the menu


Arq Backup Version 7.5.8
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.5.7
Fixed:
- an issue that could cause a crash when saving a new backup plan on macOS 10.11
- an issue where Arq failed to detect object-lock in a Minio bucket


Arq Backup Version 7.5.6
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where smaller objects weren't being combined into pack files in all cases
- Improved caching
- Fixed an issue which could cause a crash when adding a Wasabi storage location and selecting an existing bucket


Arq Backup Version 7.5.3
Changed:
- Added *.wasabisys.com to list of hosts that support S3 object versioning (Wasabi support starts in May 2021)
- Added support for adopting a backup set that's been copied from a non-object-lock bucket to an object-lock-enabled bucket
- When adding an S3 storage location, if the IAM user doesn't have ListAllMyBuckets permission, prompt for the bucket name instead of reporting an 'access denied' error

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue with adding a Wasabi storage location, creating a bucket, and choosing a region other than the default
- Fixed an issue where errors deleting a backup set weren't being reported in the delete activity log
- Fixed an issue that could cause a "Rate Limit Exceeded" error when browsing Google Drive data
- Fixed an issue with browsing directories in DreamObjects


Arq Backup Version 7.5.1
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.5
Improved:
- Added immutable backups feature for storage locations which support it (S3, B2 with S3-compatibility API, and soon Wasabi). If you enable immutable backups, Arq will lock your backup record data to protect against ransomware attack or accidental deletion.
- Modified the new-backup-plan flow to encourage choosing an encryption password
- Fixed an issue which could cause not-found errors during validation
- Added documentation for the backup data format to Arq's Help

Fixed:
- Added 'Caches' and 'CoreSpotlight' to the default list of exclude rules for new backup plans
- Fixed an issue where the email report could show a 'bad gateway' error for Arq Premium backups when communicating with cloud.arqbackup.com
- Fixed an issue which could cause Arq to use the wrong region when adding a Wasabi storage location
- Fixed an issue where the backup set name (stored in backupconfig.json) was not being updated at the next backup time after a computer's name had changed
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'database is locked' errors with Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.4.2
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.4.1
Improvements:
- Made search results sortable by column
- Changed 'Total scanned' and 'Total uploaded' messages in activity log to display as MB/GB/TB instead of the number of bytes

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where an error during search would cause the other search results to be hidden
- Fixed an issue where extremely large activity logs could cause the app to struggle
- Fixed an issue that could cause email reports to incorrectly report totals of 0
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'missing response from Microsoft Graph create-file transaction' errors


Arq Backup Version 7.3
New Features:
- Added Filebase as a storage option

Fixed Issues:
- Fixed an issue that could cause "EOF" errors when backing up user-mounted volumes
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'missing error information' errors during backup
- Fixed an issue where transfer rate limiting wasn't being applied when backing up to Dropbox


Arq Backup Version 7.2.3
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where transient directories could cause file-not-found errors reported in the backup activity log
- Fixed an issue where communication between Arq Agent and clients (Arq and ArqMonitor) wasn't being encrypted
- Changed the 'Restore...' button's label to 'View Latest Backup Record...' to make it more clear that you're not starting a restore just by clicking the button


Arq Backup Version 7.2.1
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, if you changed the backup plan's name, the "blob identifier type" was being reset to SHA256 for the backup plan. If it was originally SHA1 (e.g. for a backup plan upgraded from Arq 5) this could cause re-uploading of data.
- Fixed an issue where restoring from an Arq 6 snapshot stored in Glacier or Deep Archive may not request all needed objects be made "downloadable", causing Arq to wait forever to restore data.
- Changed the assertion used by the prevent-computer-sleep function to prevent sleep when the computer's lid is closed
- Fixed an issue where Arq reported an error attempting to create an APFS snapshot for a read-only volume


Arq Backup Version 7.2
Improvements:
- Added support for new Google Cloud Storage regions
- Re-added storage class options for S3-compatible storage locations to make Arq compatible with S3-compatible servers like Scaleway C14 which require Glacier storage class
- Added a workaround for S3-compatible servers that return dates in alternate formats from the S3 standard

Fixed:
- During backup, retry for all SFTP server connection issues, including DNS lookup failure, for up to 60 seconds
- Skip /Library/Application/ArqAgent/cache.noindex when backing up, not all of /Library/Application Support/ArqAgent


Arq Backup Version 7.1.12
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.1.11
Improvements:
- Improved efficiency of querying for B2 file lists
- Improved memory management
- Added a workaround for random "Operation canceled" errors from SharePoint
- Changed adding a folder-type storage location to use the path on disk instead of using the disk identifier. If you're backing up to a virtual filesystem (e.g. pCloud Drive) its disk identifier changes with every reboot. This change mitigates that.

Fixed :
- Fixed an issue where ArqMonitor could return an authentication error after user sets app password in Arq
- Fixed an issue where, for all-drives backup plans, Arq wouldn't always match up disk identifiers with existing backup records, resulting in more than 1 folder of backup records


Arq Backup Version 7.1.8
Fixed:
- Added Hong Kong AWS region
- Allow any entry for UNC path when adding a network volume
- Changed CPU slider appearance to fix an issue where the top of it wasn't visible
- Fixed an issue that could cause a 'buffer too small' error when initializing the database for some Arq 5 data


Arq Backup Version 7.1.7
Fixed:
- Don't display storage class choices when using a non-AWS S3 storage location
- Fixed an issue where Arq would still apply username and/or password to the SMTP session even if the authentication type was set to 'none'
- Fixed an issue where Arq didn't recognize full disk access when user home directories have been relocated
- Retry on "protocol wrong type for socket" (EPROTOTYPE) error
- Fixed an issue where entering an Arq Premium license code for an account with a + in the email address would result in 'account not found' error


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

Boxcryptor 2.43.1465
 - Change log not available for this version


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.3
- Unfortunately, the 10.7.2 update broke smart card redirection for some users in session reconnect scenarios. As a consequence, we will squeeze in one more update this year to fix this regression. Apologies for the inconvenience.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.2
- Added support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro devices
- Refreshed the look and feel of the PCs and Apps tabs of the Connection Center
- New SHIFT+COMMAND+K hotkey to jump to the Connection Center
- Improved compatibility with third-party network devices and load balancers for workspace download and RD Gateway-based connections
- Support for the ms-rd URI scheme
- Improved support for invertible mouse cursors that straddle the image boundary
- Support for .RDPW files produced by the AVD Web Client
- Fixed a bug where a workspace subfolder would remain expanded even if the root folder was collapsed
- Updates and enhancements to Teams redirection (only available in AVD scenarios)
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting and feedback


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.1
- fixed some bugs that were causing the app to crash


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.0
- Invertible cursors (like the I-Beam) are now outlined to make them visible on dark backgrounds
- The underlying code backing the Connection Center (PCs and Workspaces) has been significantly improved
- Added support for local window move in RemoteApp scenarios
- Updated the Connection Information dialog (Connections > Show Connection Information)
- Added screen capture protection for Azure Virtual Desktop scenarios
- Addressed a design defect that was allowing folders to be redirected multiple times
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting and feedback
- Updated Help > Submit Feedback to navigate to a new support forum
- In addition, we have continued to make updates to improve security, connectivity and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop
- Note that by default local window move in RemoteApp scenarios is disabled. To enable local window move, set the EnableRemoteAppLocalMove user default to true
- We appreciate all the comments sent to us through the App Store, in-app feedback and email. If you encounter any errors, you can contact us via Help > Submit Feedback


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.8
Added:
- background refresh for subscribed workspaces
- a checkbox to General Preferences to enable/disable Microsoft Teams optimizations
- UI to report if a remote app could not be launched on the server due to not being on the system allow list

Fixed:
- an issue where the session window may jump to another monitor when auto-reconnect kicks in
- an issue where the session window would sometimes be enlarged after connecting
- Addressed an issue where the name of a redirected folder would be incorrect in the remote session
- a bug that made it difficult to resize remote app windows
- Improved the error messages that are displayed when user accounts fail to update
- an issue where window titles in the list of connected remote apps were blank
- Addressed a multimon issue where the mouse cursor shape would not update correctly when dragging between monitors
- an issue where the session window could not be made wider when placed at the top or bottom of the screen
- Addressed scenarios where the mouse cursor would disappear while connected to a remote PC
- Deletion of an Azure Virtual Desktop workspace now correctly removes all associated workspaces
- an issue where adding a folder to redirect to a bookmark would enable the "Add" button with an empty PC name
- Addressed an issue where double-clicking the title bar incorrectly stretched the session window
- Updated the mouse to change to a hand glyph when hovering over a red input error indicator
- an issue where the session window would flash rapidly in the "Mission Control" or "Application windows" view

- in addition, we have continued to make updates to improve connectivity and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop
- note that by default subscribed workspaces are refreshed every six hours. This interval can be changed using the ClientSettings.WorkspaceAutoRefreshInterval user default (minimum is 30 minutes and maximum is 24 hours).


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.7
- Worked around a 0x907 (mismatched certificate) error code that was caused by third-party infrastructure returning an incorrect certificate in redirection scenarios
- Fixed the root cause of a 0x207 (handshake failure) error code that was returned when connecting using an incorrect password to a pre-Windows 8 server with NLA enabled
- Resolved a 0x1107 (invalid workstation) error code that was returned when Active Directory workstation logon restrictions were set
- We also updated the default icon for published desktops, and worked around an issue that was causing smart card redirection to fail against recently patched versions of Windows
- Finally, we made some updates to improve compatibility and performance metrics when connecting to Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly known as Windows Virtual Desktop)
- Thanks to everyone who reported bugs and worked with us to diagnose and fix issues. If you encounter any errors, you can contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.6
- In this release we enabled connectivity to Windows Server 2003 servers that have TLS enabled for Remote Desktop connections. We also addressed a 0x3000066 error that was being returned in gateway scenarios, and aligned TLS version usage with the Windows Remote Desktop client.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.5
- In this release we fixed an issue that was causing the client to return a 0x907 error code when connecting to a server endpoint with a certificate containing the Remote Desktop Authentication EKU (1.3.6.1.4.1.311.54.1.2). We also updated the client to address a 0x2407 error code that was preventing users from being authorized for remote access.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.4
- In this release we fixed an issue that was causing the client to return a 0x907 error code when processing a server authentication certificate that has a validity lifetime of more than 825 days


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.3
- In this release we fixed a bug that was causing the client to return a 0x507 error code

In addition, we enabled the following features on Apple Silicon:
- Support for the AVC420 codec
- Smart card redirection (requires macOS 11.2 or later)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.2
- In this release we removed a double prompt for credentials that occurred in some scenarios when connecting using an RD Gateway
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.1
- In this release we fixed a hang that occurred when connecting via an RD Gateway
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.6.0
- In this release we've made some significant updates to the shared underlying code that powers the Remote Desktop experience across all our clients. We've also added some new features and addressed bugs and crashes that were showing up in error reporting.
- Added native support for Apple Silicon
- Added client-side IME support when using Unicode keyboard mode
- Integrated Kerberos support in the CredSSP security protocol sequence
- Addressed macOS 11 compatibility issues
- Made updates to improve interoperability with current and upcoming features in the Windows Virtual Desktop service
- Made fixes to address mispaints when decoding AVC data generated by a server-side hardware encoder
- Addressed an issue where windows from remoted Office apps were not visible despite being present in the app switcher
- Note that this app now requires macOS 10.14 or later


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.2
- Added HTTP proxy support for RD Gateway connections
- Fixed an issue where an RD Gateway connection would fail with a 0x3000064 error code
- Addressed a bug where workspace discovery and download would fail if the port number was included in HTTP GET requests


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.1
Changes:
- Addressed an issue where the UI would stop resolving a workspace name during subscription
- Fixed an in-session bug where graphics updates would stall while input continued to be sent
- Resolved a number of reliability issues identified through crash reporting


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.5.0
Changes:
- You can now edit the display, device and folder redirection settings of published PC connections
- Remote app windows now shrink to the dock when minimized
- Added a Connection Information dialog that displays the current bandwidth and round-trip time
- Added support for RD Gateway consent and admin messages
- Fixed an issue where an RDP file specifying a gatewayusagemethod of 0 or 4 was incorrectly imported
- The Edit Workspace sheet now shows the exact time at which the workspace was last updated
- Removed trace spew that was output when using the "--script" parameter
- Addressed an issue where the client would return a 0x30000066 error when connecting using an RD Gateway server
- Fixed an issue users would be repeatedly prompted for credentials if Extended Protection for Authentication was set on the server
- Addressed reliability issues identified through crash reporting
- Addressed keyboard and VoiceOver-related accessibility bugs


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.4.1
- Addressed several reliability issues identified through crash reporting
- Addressed keyboard and VoiceOver-related accessibility bugs
- Fixed an issue where the client would hang on reconnect when resuming from sleep
- Fixed an audio artifact that was heard when playing back the first chunk of a redirected audio stream
- Addressed an issue where the client would report a 0x5000007 error message when connecting using an RD Gateway server
- Corrected the aspect ratio of PC thumbnails displayed in the Connection Center
- Improved smart card redirection heuristics to better handle nested transactions
- Fixed a bug that prevented bookmark export if the friendly contained the "/" character
- Resolved a bug that was causing a 0xD06 protocol error when running Outlook as a remote app
- Added support for a new integer RDP file property (ForceHiDpiOptimizations) to enable Retina display optimization


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.4.0
Changes:
- PC Quick Connect (CMD+K) allows you to connect to a PC without creating a bookmark
- Auto-reconnect now helps to recover from transient network glitches for PC connections
- When resuming a suspended MacBook, auto-reconnect can now be used to reconnect to disconnected PC connections
- Added support for HTTP proxies when subscribing and connecting to Windows Virtual Desktop resources
- Implemented support for HTTP proxy automatic configuration with PAC files
- Integrated support for NETBIOS name resolution so you can connect to PCs on your local network more easily
- Fixed an issue where the system menu bar would not respond while the app was in focus
- Fixed a client-side race condition that had the potential to cause decryption errors on the server
- Made improvements to monitor layout and geometry heuristics for multimon scenarios involving Retina-class monitors
- Multimon layout configurations are now maintained across session redirection scenarios
- Addressed an issue that prevented the menu bar from dropping in multimon scenarios
- User account UI that interacts with the macOS keychain will now surface keychain access errors
- Hitting cancel during workspace subscription will now result in nothing being added to the Connection Center
- Added key mappings for CMD+Z and CMD+F to map to CTRL+Z and CTRL+F respectively
- Fixed a bug that caused remote apps to open behind the Connection Center when launched
- Worked around an issue where AAC audio playback on macOS 10.15 would cause the client to stall
- SHIFT+left-click now works in Unicode mode
- Fixed a bug where usage of the SHIFT key would eventually trigger the Sticky Keys alert in Unicode mode
- Added a check for network availability before connection initiation
- Addressed pulsing of PC thumbnails that occasionally occurred during the connection sequence
- Fixed a bug where the password field in the Add/Edit User Account sheet become multiline
- The "Collapse All" option is now greyed out if all workspaces are collapsed
- The "Expand All" option is now greyed out if all workspaces are expanded
- The first-run permissions UI is no longer shown on High Sierra
- Fixed an issue where users were unable to connect to WVD endpoints using saved credentials in the DOMAINUSERNAME format
- The username field in the credential prompt is now always prepopulated for WVD connections
- Fixed a bug that clipped the Edit, Delete and Refresh buttons for workspaces if the Connection Center was not wide enough
- The "email or workspace URL" field in the Add Workspace sheet is no longer case sensitive
- Usage of the AVC codec is now configurable (see note below)
- Fixed a number of accessibility issues that impacted VoiceOver and keyboard navigation scenarios
- Lots of updates to improve interoperability with current and upcoming features in the Windows Virtual Desktop service


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.12
- Addressed a crash that prevented the client from starting up for some users
- Fixed a hang that occurred when copying Outlook mails in the remote session
- Made updates to address crashes reported through telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.11
- In this release we've addressed an authentication error that was preventing some users from subscribing to workspaces. We've also updated the client to perform a background refresh of all subscribed workspaces when starting up to ensure that published apps and PC resources are kept current.
- Barring any unforeseen developments, this should be the last release that will be compatible with macOS 10.12. If you are interested in trying out the latest pre-release builds of the macOS client, you can install beta updates.


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.10
- In this release we've included updates to address interoperability issues with the Windows Virtual Desktop service
- Barring any unforeseen developments, this should be the last release that will be compatible with macOS 10.12. If you are interested in trying out the latest pre-release builds of the macOS client, you can install beta updates


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.9
Updated:
- Control+Option+Delete now triggers the CTRL+ALT+DEL sequence (previously required Fn to be pressed)
- Fixed the keyboard mode notification color scheme for light mode
- Addressed scenarios where connections initiated using the GatewayAccessToken RDP file property did not work


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.8
- The key change in this update is the ability to switch between Scancode (CTRL+COMMAND+K) and Unicode (CTRL+COMMAND+U) modes when entering keyboard input. Unicode mode allows extended characters to be typed using the OPTION key on a Mac keyboard. For example, on a US Mac keyboard, OPTION+2 will enter the trademark (™) symbol. You can also enter accented characters in Unicode mode. For example, on a US Mac keyboard, OPTION+E followed by the "A" key will result in "á" being sent to the remote session.

Other updates in this release include:
- Cleaned up the workspace refresh experience and UI
- Addressed a smart card redirection issue that caused the remote session to hang at the Winlogon screen with the "Checking Status" message
- Reduced the time taken to create temporary files used for clipboard-based file copy and paste
- Temporary files used for clipboard file copy and paste are now deleted on app exit (instead of relying on macOS to clean them up)
- PC bookmark actions are now rendered at the top right corner of thumbnails
- Made fixes to address issues reported through crash telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.7
In this release we fine-tuned some code and fixed the following bugs:
- Empty files were created when copying via clipboard from the remote session to a network share or a USB drive
- A double certificate prompt occurred in some scenarios when an empty password was specified in the user account


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.6
- In this release we fixed a bug that was causing zero-length files to be created when copying a folder from the remote session to the local machine using file copy and paste


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.5
- Redirected folders can now be marked as read-only to prevent their contents from being changed in the remote session
- Addressed the cause of a 0x607 error that was being shown when connecting using RPC over HTTPS RD Gateway scenarios
- Fixed cases where users would be double-prompted for credentials
- Fixed cases where users would receive the certificate warning prompt twice
- Added heuristics to improve trackpad-based scrolling
- Don't show the "Saved Desktops" group if there are no user-created groups
- The tiles in the PC view have received a UI makeover
- Fixes to address crashes sent to us via application telemetry


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.4
Bugs fixed:
-  When connecting via an RD Gateway with multifactor authentication, the gateway connection will be held open to avoid multiple MFA prompts
-  All of the client UI is now fully keyboard accessible with Voiceover support
-  Files copied to the clipboard in the remote session are now only transferred when pasting to the local Mac
-  URLs copied to the clipboard in the remote session now paste correctly to the local Mac
-  Scale factor remoting to support Retina displays is now available for multimon scenarios
-  Addressed a compatibility issue with FreeRDP-based RD servers that was causing connectivity issues in redirection scenarios
-  Addressed smart card redirection compatibility with Windows 10 20H1
-  Created a workaround for a macOS 10.15 regression that made the menu bar unclickable
-  Addressed an issue specific to macOS 10.15 where the incorrect available space was reported for redirected folders
-  Published PC connections are represented with a new icon in the Workspaces tab
-  "Feeds" are now referred to as "Workspaces", and "Desktops" as "PCs"
-  Fixed inconsistencies and bugs in user account handling in the preferences UI
-  Lots of bug fixes to make things run smoother and more reliably
-  If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.3
Added user defaults to disable smart card, clipboard, microphone, camera, and folder redirection:
-  ClientSettings.DisableSmartcardRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableClipboardRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableMicrophoneRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableCameraRedirection
-  ClientSettings.DisableFolderRedirection

Bug fixes:
-  Resolved an issue that was causing programmatic session window resizes to not be detected
-  Fixed an issue where the session window contents appeared small when connecting in windowed mode (with dynamic display enabled)
-  Addressed initial flicker that occurred when connecting to a session in windowed mode with dynamic display enabled
-  Fixed graphics mispaints that occurred when connected to Windows 7 after toggling fit-to-window with dynamic display enabled
-  Fixed a bug that caused an incorrect device name to be sent to the remote session (breaking licensing in some third-party apps)
-  Resolved an issue where remote app windows would occupy an entire monitor when maximized
-  Addressed an issue where the access permissions UI appeared underneath local windows
-  Cleaned up some shutdown code to ensure the client closes more reliably


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.2
- Fixed a bug that was causing a low resolution to be used when connecting to a session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.1
Fixed:
- Addressed connectivity issues with RD Gateway servers that were using 4096-bit asymmetric keys
- Fixed a hang that would randomly occur while downloading feed resources
- Got rid of a crash that was preventing the client from starting up
- Resolved a crash when importing connections from Remote Desktop 8
- If you encounter any errors, you can always contact us via Help > Report an Issue


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.3.0
- Camera redirection is now possible when connecting to Windows 10 1809, Windows Server 2019 and later
- We've added a new dialog that requests your permission to use the microphone and camera for device redirection
- The feed subscription flow has been rewritten to be simpler and faster
- Clipboard redirection now includes the Rich Text Format (RTF)
- When entering your password you have the option to reveal it with a "Show password" checkbox
- Addressed scenarios where the session window was jumping between monitors
- The Connection Center displays high resolution remote app icons (when available)
- CMD+A maps to CTRL+A when Mac clipboard shortcuts are being used
- CMD+R now refreshes all of your subscribed feeds
- Added new secondary click options to expand or collapse all groups or feeds in the Connection Center
- Added a new secondary click option to change the icon size in the Feeds tab of the Connection Center
- A new simplified and cleaner app icon


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.13
- Fixed a hang that occurred when connecting via an RD Gateway
- Added a privacy notice to the "Add Feed" dialog


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.12
- Resolved random disconnects (with error code 0x904) that took place when connecting via an RD Gateway
- Fixed a bug that caused the resolutions list in application preferences to be empty after installation
- Fixed a bug that caused the client to crash if certain resolutions were added to the resolutions list
- Addressed an ADAL authentication prompt loop when connecting to WVD deployments


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.11
- In this release we refined the fix we made in version 10.2.10 that addressed instability caused by the recent macOS 10.14.4 update


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.10
- In this release we addressed instability caused by the recent macOS 10.14.4 update. We also fixed mispaints that appeared when decoding AVC codec data encoded by a server using nVidia hardware


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.9
- In this release we fixed an RD gateway connectivity issue that can occur when server redirection takes place. We also addressed an RD gateway regression caused by the 10.2.8 update


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.8
- Resolved connectivity issues that surfaced when using an RD Gateway
- Fixed incorrect certificate warnings that were displayed when connecting
- Addressed some cases where the menu bar and dock would needlessly hide when launching remote apps
- Reworked the clipboard redirection code to address crashes and hangs that have been plaguing some users
- Fixed a bug that caused the Connection Center to needlessly scroll when launching a connection


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.7
- In this release we addressed graphics mispaints (caused by a server encoding bug) that appeared when using AVC444 mode


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.6
 - Added support for the AVC (420 and 444) codec, available when connecting to current versions of Windows 10
- In “fit to window mode”, a window refresh now occurs immediately after a resize to ensure that content is rendered at the correct interpolation level
- Fixed a layout bug that caused feed headers to overlap for some users
- Cleaned up the Application Preferences UI
- Polished the Add/Edit Desktop UI
- Made lots of fit and finish adjustments to the Connection Center tile and list views for desktops and feeds


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.4
- Added dark mode support for macOS Mojave 10.14
- An option to import from Microsoft Remote Desktop 8 now appears in the Connection Center if it is empty
- Addressed folder redirection compatibility with some third party enterprise applications
- Resolved issues where users were getting a 0x30000069 RD Gateway error due to security protocol fallback issues
- Fixed progressive rendering issues some users were experiencing with fit to window mode
- Fixed a bug that prevented file copy and paste from copying the latest version of a file
- Improved mouse-based scrolling for small scroll deltas


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.3
- Added support for the "remoteapplicationcmdline" RDP file setting for remote app scenarios
- The title of the session window now includes the name of the RDP file (and server name) when launched from an RDP file
- Fixed reported RD gateway performance issues
- Fixed reported RD gateway crashes
- Fixed issues where the connection would hang when connecting through an RD gateway
- Better handling of full-screen remote apps by intelligently hiding the menu bar and dock
- Fixed scenarios where remote apps remained hidden after being launched
- Addressed slow rendering updates when using "Fit to Window" with hardware acceleration disabled
- Handled database creation errors caused by incorrect permissions when the client starts up
- Fixed an issue where the client was consistently crashing at launch and not starting for some users
- Fixed a scenario where connections were incorrectly imported as full-screen from Remote Desktop 8


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.2
- A brand new Connection Center that supports drag and drop, manual arrangement of desktops, resizable columns in list view mode, column-based sorting, and simpler group management
- The Connection Center now remembers the last active pivot (Desktops or Feeds) when closing the app
- The credential prompting UI and flows have been overhauled
- RD Gateway feedback is now part of the connecting status UI
- Settings import from the version 8 client has been improved
- RDP files pointing to RemoteApp endpoints can now be imported into the Connection Center
- Retina display optimizations for single monitor Remote Desktop scenarios
- Support for specifying the graphics interpolation level (which affects blurriness) when not using Retina optimizations
- 256-color support to enable connectivity to Windows 2000
- Fixed clipping of the right and bottom edges of the screen when connecting to Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and earlier
- Copying a local file into Outlook (running in a remote session) now adds the file as an attachment
- Fixed an issue that was slowing down pasteboard-based file transfers if the files originated from a network share
- Addressed a bug that was causing to Excel (running in a remote session) to hang when saving to a file on a redirected folder
- Fixed an issue that was causing no free space to be reported for redirected folders
- Fixed a bug that caused thumbnails to consume too much disk storage on macOS 10.14
- Added support for enforcing RD Gateway device redirection policies
- Fixed an issue that prevented session windows from closing when disconnecting from a connection using RD Gateway
- If Network Level Authentication (NLA) is not enforced by the server, you will now be routed to the login screen if your password has expired
- Fixed performance issues that surfaced when lots of data was being transferred over the network
- Smart card redirection fixes
- Support for all possible values of the "EnableCredSspSupport" and "Authentication Level" RDP file settings if the ClientSettings.EnforceCredSSPSupport user default key (in the com.microsoft.rdc.macos domain) is set to 0
- Support for the "Prompt for Credentials on Client" RDP file setting when NLA is not negotiated
- Support for smart card-based login via smart card redirection at the Winlogon prompt when NLA is not negotiated
- Fixed an issue that prevented downloading feed resources that have spaces in the URL


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.1
- In this release we enabled connectivity to Azure Active Directory (AAD) joined PCs. To connect to an AAD joined PC, your username must be in one of the following formats: “AzureADuser” or “[email protected]
- In addition, we addressed some bugs affecting the usage of smart cards in a remote session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.0
- Incorporated updates for GDPR compliance
- [email protected] is now accepted as a valid username
- Clipboard sharing has been rewritten to be faster and support more formats
- Copy and pasting text, images or files between sessions now bypasses the local machine’s clipboard
- You can now connect via an RD Gateway server with an untrusted certificate (if you accept the warning prompts)
- Metal hardware acceleration is now used (where supported) to speed up rendering and optimize battery usage
- When using Metal hardware acceleration we try to work some magic to make the session graphics appear sharper
- Got rid of some instances where windows would hang around after being closed
- Fixed bugs that were preventing the launch of RemoteApp programs in some scenarios
- Fixed an RD Gateway channel synchronization error that was resulting in 0x204 errors
- The mouse cursor shape now updates correctly when moving out of a session or RemoteApp window
- Fixed a folder redirection bug that was causing data loss when copy and pasting folders
- Fixed a folder redirection issue that caused incorrect reporting of folder sizes
- Fixed a regression that was preventing logging into an AAD-joined machine using a local account
- Fixed bugs that were causing the session window contents to be clipped
- Added support for RD endpoint certificates that contain elliptic-curve asymmetric keys
- Fixed a bug that was preventing the download of managed resources in some scenarios
- Addressed a clipping issue with the pinned connection center
- Fixed the checkboxes in the Display property sheet to work better together
- Aspect ratio locking is now disabled when dynamic display change is in effect
- Addressed compatibility issues with F5 infrastructure
- Updated handling of blank passwords to ensure the correct messages are shown at connect-time
- Fixed mouse scrolling compatibility issues with MapInfra Pro
- Fixed some alignment issues in the Connection Center when running on Mojave


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.8
- Added support for changing the remote resolution by resizing the session window
- Fixed scenarios where remote resource feed download would take an excessively long time
- Resolved the 0x207 error that could occur when connecting to servers not patched with the CredSSP encryption oracle remediation update (CVE-2018-0886)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.7
- Made security fixes to incorporate CredSSP encryption oracle remediation updates as described in CVE-2018-0886.
- Improved RemoteApp icon and mouse cursor rendering to address reported mispaints
- Addressed issues where RemoteApp windows appeared behind the Connection Center
- Fixed a crash that occurred when editing local resources after an import from Remote Desktop 8
- Pressing ENTER on a desktop tile will now initiate the connection
- When full screen, CMD+M will now correctly map to WIN+M
- The Connection Center, Preferences and About windows now respond to CMD+M
- Pressing ENTER from the "Adding Remote Resources" sheet now starts feed discovery
- Fixed an issue where a new remote resource feed would show up empty in the Connection Center until refresh


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.6
- Fixed an issue where RemoteApp windows would reorder themselves
- Resolved a bug that was causing some RemoteApp windows to get stuck behind their parent window
- Addressed a mouse pointer offset issue that affected some RemoteApp programs
- Fixed an issue where starting a new connection would give focus to an existing session and not open a new session window
- The correct error message is now displayed when a gateway server could not be found
- The Quit shortcut (CMD + Q) is now consistently shown in the UI
- Improved the image quality when scaling in "fit to window" mode
- Updated the default icon for desktop tiles


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.5
- Connecting to a remote app no longer gets stuck at the "Configuring remote session" prompt
- Added UI in General Preferences to specify the default redirected folder when launching RDP files or remote apps
- A port number can now be specified when subscribing to remote resources
- Fixed a number of bugs affecting RDP file import and export scenarios
- The Preferences shortcut (CMD + ,) is now consistently shown in the UI


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.4
- Improved the reliability of downloading remote resources
- Fixed scenarios where the incorrect error code was returned when name resolution failed
- Added an option to set the color quality of the connection
- Fixed a number of bugs affecting RDP file launch scenarios
- Addressed scenarios where the mouse cursor would disappear
- Fixed graphical issues with some apps running in the remote session


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.3
- Remote resource feed downloads now support load-balanced servers without showing a certificate warning
- The 0x908 licensing error during auto-reconnect scenarios has been resolved
- The mouse cursor used to disappear in some scenarios, but we fixed it to stay visible
- The RDP file "alternate shell" property is now honored
- Dragging and dropping emails within Outlook in RemoteApp scenarios now works
- Menu items related to saved desktops no longer disappear when switching between pivots
- Added a hotkey for the "Add Remote Resources" action (CMD + S)
- Improved reliability when connecting through an RD Gateway
- The RD Gateway port number can now be specified as part of the gateway name
- Connecting via an RDP file no longer creates a bookmark in the Connection Center
- Quicken backup now works over redirected folders
- Wildcard specifiers now work against redirected folders


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.2
- We fixed a crash that occurred when subscribing to or refreshing inaccessible remote resource feeds


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.1.1
- Small tweak and fixed the settings migration feature (Connections > Import from MS Remote Desktop 8) to detect the data from version 8.0.43 of MS Remote Desktop 8 (versus detecting if the app is installed)


Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.0.1
- Change log not available for this version


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

Core:
- Fixed bug #81626 (Error on use static:: in __сallStatic() wrapped to Closure::fromCallable())

FPM:
- Fixed bug #81513 (Future possibility for heap overflow in FPM zlog)

GD:
- Fixed bug #71316 (libpng warning from imagecreatefromstring)

OpenSSL:
- Fixed bug #75725 (./configure: detecting RAND_egd)

PCRE:
- Fixed bug #74604 (Out of bounds in php_pcre_replace_impl)

Standard:
- Fixed bug #81618 (dns_get_record fails on FreeBSD for missing type)
- Fixed bug #81659 (stream_get_contents() may unnecessarily overallocate)


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

IMAP:
- Fixed bug #81649 (imap_(un)delete accept sequences, not single numbers)

PCRE:
- Update bundled PCRE2 to 10.39
- Fixed bug #74604 (Out of bounds in php_pcre_replace_impl)

Standard:
- Fixed bug #81659 (stream_get_contents() may unnecessarily overallocate)


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

Core:
- Fixed bug #81582 (Stringable not implicitly declared if __toString() came from a trait)
- Fixed bug #81591 (Fatal Error not properly logged in particular cases)
- Fixed bug #81626 (Error on use static:: in __сallStatic() wrapped to Closure::fromCallable())
- Fixed bug #81631 (::class with dynamic class name may yield wrong line number)

FPM:
- Fixed bug #81513 (Future possibility for heap overflow in FPM zlog)

GD:
- Fixed bug #71316 (libpng warning from imagecreatefromstring)

IMAP:
- Fixed bug #81649 (imap_(un)delete accept sequences, not single numbers)

OpenSSL:
- Fixed bug #75725 (./configure: detecting RAND_egd)

PCRE:
- Fixed bug #74604 (Out of bounds in php_pcre_replace_impl)

SPL:
- Fixed bug #81587 (MultipleIterator Segmentation fault w/ SimpleXMLElement attached)

Standard:
- Fixed bug #81618 (dns_get_record fails on FreeBSD for missing type)
- Fixed bug #81659 (stream_get_contents() may unnecessarily overallocate)


Update:2021-12-20
Info:

What's new in this version:

Xcode 13.2.1
Fixed:
- Apps built with Swift concurrency may crash on launch
- Xcode was unable resolve Swift packages


Xcode 13.2
- Support for Swift Playgrounds 4 app projects
- Xcode Organizer displays smart insight notifications for monitoring power and performance in your app
- Swift Concurrency is available for apps that deploy to iOS 13, iPad OS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS 10.15 or newer
- TextureConverter adds support for error metrics, decompressing textures at build time, and skipping compression when output textures are up-to-date
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 13.1
- Xcode 13.1 includes Swift 5.5 and SDKs for iOS 15, iPad OS 15, tvOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey

New:
- Support for macOS Monterey
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 13.0
Xcode 13 includes Swift 5.5 and SDKs for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8:
- Swift adds support for concurrency, improved type inference, and faster incremental builds
- Pull request workflow lets you view and create pull requests in Xcode
- Code review comments with the name and avatar of the commenter are integrated in the editor
- Xcode organizer displays Test Flight crash reports dramatically faster
- Swift package collections help you find and integrate Swift packages in your own apps
- Swift Docc builds documentation for your Swift framework or package directly from your source code’s documentation comments
- Quick compare lets you compare any two versions of your source code in any editor
- Vim mode in the editor supports common vim key combinations and editing modes
- Simulator now includes CarPlay support with control over screen size, resolution, and variable input methods
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 12.5.1
- Addresses a stability issue related to opening the Organizer window
- Fixed an issue where XCTest code wasn't generated after pressing the Record button
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 12.5
- Playgrounds documents can access symbols within the current app target
- Simulator can record videos of your app and export the video as an animated GIF
- Swift improves incremental build time performance
- watchOS apps gain improved support for automated testing
- Localization workflow can export all projects within a workspace into a single catalog
- Code signing performance is improved for complex projects
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 12.4
- Xcode 12.4 supports iOS 14.4, iPadOS 14.4, tvOS 14.4, watchOS 7.3, and macOS Big Sur 11.2

New in Xcode 12.4:
- Fixed an issue that prevented debugging iPhone or iPad apps running on an M1-powered Mac
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 12.3
- Change log not available for this version


Xcode 12.2
New:
- Xcode IDE adopts the refined macOS Big Sur design including updated toolbar, icons, and sidebar
- Mac apps are updated to Universal, and Macs with Apple silicon can debug both the Apple silicon and Intel versions
- Multiplatform template generates a single project with shared SwiftUI code across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS apps
- Mac Catalyst projects can use the Mac idiom to take total control of the app’s interface using native scale
- When run on a Mac with Apple silicon, Xcode can test and debug iPhone and iPad apps as they run on macOS

Additional features:
- Document tabs open any type of document in a lightweight editor tab, including logs, asset catalogs, and UI files
- StoreKit testing framework and transaction manager make it easy to test and debug in-app purchases
- Navigator fonts are now resizable based on the system setting, or can be manually configured
- Organizer is completely redesigned, and reports new app metrics such as hitches in animation and scrolling
- SwiftUI Views can be turned into reusable components that appear in the Xcode library and in code completions


Xcode 12.1
Platform features:
- App Clips are a small part of your app that’s discoverable at the moment it’s needed, loads in seconds, and launches quickly
- WidgetKit uses SwiftUI to build beautiful new widgets that users can install directly on their iPhone home screen
- StoreKit testing framework and transaction manager make it easy to test and debug in-app purchases

Refined user interface:
- Document tabs open any type of document in a lightweight editor tab, including logs, asset catalogs, and UI files
- Navigator fonts are now resizable based on the system setting, or can be manually configured
- Code completion has a new, simplified interface that is faster, and makes it easier to choose the correct code
- Organizer is completely redesigned, and reports new app metrics such as hitches in animation and scrolling

Swift and SwiftUI:
- Performance for SwiftUI has been improved throughout, and new Lazy views can efficiently handle enormous data sets
- SwiftUI Views can be turned into reusable components that appear in the Xcode library and in code completions
- Swift Package Manager supports resources and localizations, making it great for sharing SwiftUI components
- Swift compiler’s improved diagnostics make it much easier to understand coding mistakes, especially in SwiftUI code


Xcode 12.0.1
- Xcode 12 includes Swift 5.3 and SDKs for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS Catalina

Platform features:
- App Clips are a small part of your app that’s discoverable at the moment it’s needed, loads in seconds, and launches quickly
- WidgetKit uses SwiftUI to build beautiful new widgets that users can install directly on their iPhone home screen
- StoreKit testing framework and transaction manager make it easy to test and debug in-app purchases

Refined user interface:
- Document tabs open any type of document in a lightweight editor tab, including logs, asset catalogs, and UI files
- Navigator fonts are now resizable based on the system setting, or can be manually configured
- Code completion has a new, simplified interface that is faster, and makes it easier to choose the correct code
- Organizer is completely redesigned, and reports new app metrics such as hitches in animation and scrolling

Swift and SwiftUI:
- Performance for SwiftUI has been improved throughout, and new Lazy views can efficiently handle enormous data sets
- SwiftUI Views can be turned into reusable components that appear in the Xcode library and in code completions
- Swift Package Manager supports resources and localizations, making it great for sharing SwiftUI components
- Swift compiler’s improved diagnostics make it much easier to understand coding mistakes, especially in SwiftUI code


Xcode 11.7
- New Exposure Notification APIs provide additional information about potential exposures


Xcode 11.6
- DriverKit API enhancements in the macOS SDK
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.5
- Supports the Exposure Notification API
- Bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.4.1
- Bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.4
- Xcode 11.4 supports developing apps for iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, tvOS 13.4, watchOS 6.2, and macOS Catalina 10.15.4
- Interface Builder and Simulator work with the new cursor support in iPadOS
- MacOS projects now support App Store universal purchase
- Simulator can trigger remote push notifications
- Tests written in Swift report the location in your code where errors originated and then highlight the line
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.3.1
- Xcode 11.3.1 supports developing apps for iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, tvOS 13.3, watchOS 6.1.1, and macOS Catalina 10.15.2
- Addresses a bug in the storyboard canvas that could cause Xcode to crash
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.3
- Adds simulator support for Touch Bar (2nd generation)
- Additional bug fixes and stability improvements


Xcode 11.2.1
- Xcode 11.2.1 includes Swift 5.1 and SDKs for iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2, watchOS 6.1, and macOS Catalina 10.15.1
- This update fixes a critical issue that could cause apps using UITextView to crash


Xcode 11.2
- Xcode 11.2 includes Swift 5.1 and SDKs for iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2, watchOS 6.1, and macOS Catalina 10.15.1


Xcode 11.1
- Xcode 11.1 includes Swift 5.1 and SDKs for iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1, tvOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS Catalina 10.15

SwiftUI:
- SwiftUI framework and design tools work together to enable a new way to build user intefaces
- Declarative syntax defines your user interface using easy-to-read Swift code
- Design tools make it as easy as drag-and-drop to construct and edit your views
- Code you write is always in sync with the design and preview canvas
- Library of controls and modifiers make it easy to build complex interfaces
- Animations are built using simple commands that describe the action you want to see
- Preview your real app running on multiple device types, orientations, and font sizes
- Share common code across all Apple platforms, and add custom experiences for each OS

Mac Catalyst brings iPad apps to the Mac:
- Click a single checkbox in your iPad project to add a native Mac app
- One project and set of source code creates iPhone, iPad, and Mac versions of your app
- Customize elements of your app for an experience unique to Mac
- Add new SwiftUI code to your project along side existing UIKit code
- Submit to the Mac App Store or notarize for outside distribution

Swift and Swift Packages:
- Swift packages are supported throughout, including build, debug, and SCM workflows
- Use Swift packages from GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or your own hosts
- Download packages automatically based on dependency analysis
- Create your own packages to share code among all your apps, or to publish for the community

iOS dark mode:
- Switch between light and dark mode instantly while developing and debugging
- Asset catalog makes it easy to control images and colors for dark and light mode

Editor:
- Editor minimap gives a bird’s eye view of your code so you can quickly jump to any line
- Each editor view has its own preview, assistant, or other complementary views
- Split any editor pane to layout your workspace exactly as you want

Other improvements:
- Build stand-alone watchOS apps with a faster debugging experience
- Simulator launches quickly and uses the GPU to accelerate Metal code
- Test plans give you greater control of your test harness with sharable results bundles
- Automatically generate localized screenshots using UI tests as part of your test plan
- Source control adds support for stash and cherry-pick operations
- Simulate device conditions such as a slow network or thermal warnings while debugging
- Metrics tab in the Organizer shows how efficiently your app runs on customer devices


Xcode 11.0
- Xcode 11 includes Swift 5.1 and SDKs for iOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS Catalina 10.15

SwiftUI:
-  SwiftUI framework and design tools work together to enable a new way to build user intefaces
-  Declarative syntax defines your user interface using easy-to-read Swift code
-  Design tools make it as easy as drag-and-drop to construct and edit your views
-  Code you write is always in sync with the design and preview canvas
-  Library of controls and modifiers make it easy to build complex interfaces
-  Animations are built using simple commands that describe the action you want to see
-  Preview your real app running on multiple device types, orientations, and font sizes
-  Share common code across all Apple platforms, and add custom experiences for each OS
- NOTE: SwiftUI requires iOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, or macOS Catalina. To use the SwiftUI design canvas Xcode 11 must be running on macOS Catalina, coming this Fall

Mac Catalyst brings iPad apps to the Mac:
- Click a single checkbox in your iPad project to add a native Mac app
- One project and set of source code creates iPhone, iPad, and Mac versions of your app
- Customize elements of your app for an experience unique to Mac
- Add new SwiftUI code to your project along side existing UIKit code
- Submit to the Mac App Store or notarize for outside distribution

Swift and Swift Packages:
-  Swift packages are supported throughout, including build, debug, and SCM workflows
-  Use Swift packages from GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or your own hosts
-  Download packages automatically based on dependency analysis
-  Create your own packages to share code among all your apps, or to publish for the community

iOS dark mode:
- Switch between light and dark mode instantly while developing and debugging
- Asset catalog makes it easy to control images and colors for dark and light mode

Editor:
-  Editor minimap gives a bird’s eye view of your code so you can quickly jump to any line
-  Each editor view has its own preview, assistant, or other complementary views
-  Split any editor pane to layout your workspace exactly as you want

Other improvements:
- Build stand-alone watchOS apps with a faster debugging experience
- Simulator launches quickly and uses the GPU to accelerate Metal code
- Test plans give you greater control of your test harness with sharable results bundles
- Automatically generate localized screenshots using UI tests as part of your test plan
- Source control adds support for stash and cherry-pick operations
- Simulate device conditions such as a slow network or thermal warnings while debugging
- Metrics tab in the Organizer shows how efficiently your app runs on customer devices


Xcode 10.3
- Xcode 10.3 includes SDKs for iOS 12.4, tvOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, and macOS Mojave 10.14.6


Xcode 10.2.1
- Xcode 10.2.1 fixes a build time issue in large Swift projects, and includes additional bug fixes

Swift 5:
- Swift 5 runtime is included as part of the OS in the latest Apple platform releases
- App Store thins the Swift runtime from your apps for faster downloads to devices running latest OS
- SIMD vector types are built into the standard library
- String literals have an enhanced syntax that makes them easier to read and write
- New Result enum type makes it easier to handle errors across asynchronous operations

Other enhancements in Xcode:
- Debugger console has a new frame variable command alias “v” that is faster than “p” or “po”
- Playgrounds include various stability improvements and additional memory safety checks


Xcode 10.2
- Xcode 10.2 includes Swift 5 and SDKs for iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, and macOS Mojave 10.14.4

Swift 5:
- Swift 5 runtime is included as part of the OS in the latest Apple platform releases
- App Store thins the Swift runtime from your apps for faster downloads to devices running latest OS
- SIMD vector types are built into the standard library
- String literals have an enhanced syntax that makes them easier to read and write
- New Result enum type makes it easier to handle errors across asynchronous operations

Other enhancements in Xcode:
- Debugger console has a new frame variable command alias “v” that is faster than “p” or “po”
- Playgrounds include various stability improvements and additional memory safety checks
- Additional bug fixes


Xcode 10.1
- Xcode 10.1 includes Swift 4.2.1 and SDKs for iOS 12.1, watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1, and macOS Mojave

Dark mode in macOS Mojave:
- All-new dark appearance throughout Xcode and Instruments
- Asset catalogs add dark and light variants to customize colors and image assets
- Interface Builder easily switches between dark and light variants of the app's interface
- Debugger switches Mac apps between dark and light variants without changing OS settings

Source control:
- Code that differs from the repository server is highlighted directly within the editor, including:
- Local changes not yet pushed to the shared repository
- Upstream changes others have made
- Conflicts to address before committing
- Account integration with self-hosted and cloud servers from Atlassian Bitbucket, GitLab, and GitHub
- Account logins generate SSH keys on-demand and upload to the service provider
- Rebase is an option when pulling the latest version of code

Editor enhancements:
- Multiple cursors in the editor enable many changes at once
- Code folding ribbon can hide any code block surrounded by braces
- Over-scroll makes it easy to display the last lines of code in the center of the screen

Playgrounds and machine learning:
- Completely redesigned REPL-like playgrounds are much faster and more stable
- Run code at any time by hitting SHIFT-RETURN or click the inline Run button to execute to a specific line
- Interactively train and exercise new Create ML models directly within a playground

Test and debug:
- Debug symbols download from a device 5x faster than before
- Tests run in parallel across many Simulators to take full advantage of all CPU cores
- Custom instruments provide unique data visualization for any code
- Memory debugger layout is redesigned to make it easier to navigate and visualize the whole app
- Metal shader debugger inspects the execution of vertex, fragment, compute, and tile shader code
- Metal dependency viewer shows a detailed graph of how resources are used

Build Performance:
- New build system improves performance and is enabled by default for all projects
- Swift compiles each individual file significantly faster, and greatly improves incremental builds


Xcode 10.0
- Xcode 10 includes Swift 4.2 and SDKs for iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12, and macOS Mojave


Update:2021-12-18
Info:

What's new in this version:

- Fixed semi-random freezes of Pianoteq plug-ins, especially when multiple instances are loaded simultaneously


Update:2021-12-17
Info:

What's new in this version:

Fixed:
- issue with velocity preset not being properly saved
- "Preferences..." menu entry being greyed on macOS
- crash on macOS 10.9