While trying to solve some RDP pixel density (HiDPI) issues, I have found that Microsoft makes the following RDP clients:
|Remote Desktop Connection||MSTSC||default program for RDP files, pre-installed|
|Remote Desktop||MSRDC||random exe linked from Remote Desktop Services documentation|
|Microsoft Remote Desktop||(metro app)||Microsoft Store metro app for Windows 10|
Because the default handler was the pre-installed Remote Desktop Connection (MSTSC) program, I had originally assumed that this is was the one and only RDP client for Windows; however, as I saw references to a Metro-UI client, I began looking and eventually came to this documentation page:
Confusingly, this documentation seemingly ignores the existence of the Remote Desktop Connection (MSTSC) program that comes with Windows itself!
After some initial web searching, I cannot seem to find anything that substantively talks about what the difference is between these three RDP clients, especially between Remote Desktop Connection (MSTSC) and Remote Desktop (MSRDC). Does anyone know what the differences are?