There are many problems using the remote desktop client. Such as tiny display on the remote desktop session. It’s annoying when the problems appear at a critical time. When we search for a solution, we have to find what version is our remote desktop client version. If we know the version of our RDP Client, it’s easier to find the solution. Because of many knowledgebases or troubleshooter site require the exact version of our RDP client. There are so many knowledgebases site such as Microsoft Support Site. You can also search on a troubleshooter site like StackOverflow or superuser.
Below is the step by step guide to check what version of Remote Desktop you are working with:
- Start Run windows by pressing Windows key+R.
- On the search box Type “mstsc” and click OK.
- Click the computer icon in the top-left corner and then select About.
- There will some information display on the windows.
- On the bottom of windows there is the Remote Desktop Protocol X.X supported.
That is the method to check the version of the remote desktop client on your windows computers. If you have any problems on checking your RDP Client version just comments below. We will find a solution as soon as possible. If you want to know about a remote desktop connection session read on How to use remote desktop to connect to a windows 10 pc.