Let’s Subscribe to AVD Resources from iOS Devices | Remote Resources. This post teaches you how to access AVD resources from iOS or iPadOS devices.
Let me know if you have any questions in the post’s comments section. Let’s dive into Access AVD Hostpool from iOS Devices options from iOS RD Client.
It would help if you had the AVD setup ready before you tried accessing the remote resources. The Microsoft Remote Desktop application requires iOS 13.0 or later. Subscribe to AVD Resources from iOS Devices | Remote Resources.
Download – Microsoft Remote Desktop Client
This MS remote desktop application for iOS is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touches. The remote Desktop application supports English and 15 other languages.
- You can download the application from Apple Store – https://apps.apple.com/app/microsoft-remote-desktop/id714464092
Start Accessing AVD Resources from iOS Devices.
Once the application is installed on your iOS or iPadOS device, accessing the AVD host pool is straightforward. Let’s go through the following steps:
To add a remote resource:
- On the RD app home page – tap on +, and then tap Add Workspace.
On the Add Workspace page
Enter the AVD RD web client URL https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com or https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/api/arm/feeddiscovery (AVD ARM – V2)
Click on the Next button to continue
It shall redirect to Microsoft Authenticator for authenticating with the WVD host pool with your Azure AD ID.
Once authenticated, you can see Remote Apps and Remote Desktops assigned to your profile.
Click on the Remote Desktop icon to launch the RD client
Enter your user name and password
Once you connect to VM via iOS RD client, the display of VM will be shown as below.
You can see Zoom-in, RD Client, and Keyboard icons.
- Another display option for iOS RD Client
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