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The best RDP client for Ubuntu are mentioned below:
- KDE Connect
- VNC Connect
Step 1 – Install xRDP. Use Sudo and apt-get to update your system and install xRDP.
Step 2 – Install XFCE4. Again we will use Sudo and apt-get:
Step 3 – Configure xRDP. In this step, we modify 2 files to make sure xRDP uses xfce4.
Step 4 – Restart xRDP.
Step 1: Log in to the server with Sudo access.
Step 2: Install XRDP Packages.
Step 3: Install your preferred desktop environment.
Step 4: Allow RDP port in Firewall.
Step 5: Restart the XRDP application.
To establish a connection with the xRDP server, you need to search remotely on the search bar. Open Remote Desktop Connection, when the client opens up enter the remote server IP address and click “Connect”. On the login screen, enter your credentials like username and password and click “OK”.