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    Ric Walker

    As I don't have a Mac, and never would, I can't test this.  However, having read it, there is a very obvious question.

    If the computer you connecting to has no internet access.  Nor do you have internet access.  But you have an isolated network.  How would you:

    " 2. Make sure you are signed in your Teams Enterprise account. "

    If you can accomplish this, wouldn't you be able to just connect normally?

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    Jump Desktop Support (Edited )

    Hi Ric,

    1. The current Jump Desktop Windows Beta release (currently 8.4.x) has the new feature. You can open up Jump Desktop for Windows -> File -> Settings -> Updates -> make sure 'Beta updates' is checked and then click 'Check for updates'.

    2. It's okay for the computer you're connecting to, to not have internet access. You can manually configure 'Manual Connections' on the machine (see alternative screenshot above). The _client side_ needs to be logged into an account that is associated with Jump Desktop for Teams Enterprise. Once the client signs in, the feature will unlock on the client side. It's assumed that the client side will have some sort of internet connection.

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    Marcos Bueno

    So is there no way to run this on a LAN? It needs WAN access in order to function? 

     

    I used to be able to simply add an RDP connection and now all I can do is add Fluid connections, which keep asking me to sign up for an Teams Enterprise account....

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    Jump Desktop Support (Edited )

    Cloudless Fluid requires a Teams subscription. However, Fluid itself does not require a subscription. Are you trying to use Jump with no internet connectivity? Note: If you're worried about Jump routing your connection over the internet if the machine is on the local LAN - you don't have to worry about that.  It's smart enough to detect the two machines are on a LAN and connect using your LAN interfaces.

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    Marcos Bueno

    Seems like RDP connections can only be specified in the OS X version of Jump Desktop, Windows 10 version only allows Fluid connections.

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