Mar 10 2020 03:29 PM
Mar 10 2020 03:29 PM
Are there plans to allow easy switching between diffrent Azure AD accounts in the Windows desktop client?
At the moment, I have to unsubscribe and subscribe to switch accounts (unless I am missing something?).
May 11 2020 09:25 AM
May 11 2020 05:14 PM
@David Belanger for me it is both.
We want to give "guest" users access to a hostpool in our tenant so that they can use a specific application. While actual guest users are not supported, this would be mean creating an account for them in our Azure AD to access the resource. Therefore there could be a case where they access hostpools in their own tenant, and in our tenant, therefore two different accounts needed. At the moment the easiest way I see for this is to set up different profiles in the browser (Edge/Chrome) and access via the web client, but open to suggestions.
Jan 22 2021 11:01 PM
@David Belanger I would like to promote this feature request. Is there an ETA to be shared?
Jan 24 2021 02:42 PMSolution
This now exists. You can now add multiple accounts to both the WVD client and the Windows Store RD client.
Oct 27 2021 09:11 AM
This is not a doc for allowing or even accepting multiple accounts. Did you have more information on this. I am trying to do this as well?
We would like to be able to subscribe to multiple accounts through the link, but it will not let you.
If you put the link in a second time it will error and tell you that already subscribed to this workspace.
Oct 27 2021 03:16 PM
Oct 27 2021 06:50 PM
This is what I get when I have already added the first workspace. Let me know if I am doing something wrong , it is the latest as I just installed it on this computer.
Oct 27 2021 06:54 PM
Nov 15 2021 10:26 PM
@princejpc100 I know that probably it is useless to ask that question here, but are there any plans to improve the WVD client for Mac, so it will be possible to add multiple accounts (tenants) without deleting previously assigned ones? When you are supporting several tenants, it is pain to RDP to them with such extra moves.
Mar 21 2023 08:06 AM
@Andrei_Deliev I found a workaround, kinda. Install the full RDT client from the App store, and then download the Beta version from https://install.appcenter.ms/orgs/rdmacios-k2vy/apps/microsoft-remote-desktop-for-mac/distribution_g...
You can connect as 2 different accounts this way, one in the beta and one in the released version. They store their configurations in separate areas, thankfully. To go beyond 2 you'll have to wait for MS to add multi-tennant functionality to the OSX client, unfortunately.