- Establish incoming and outgoing connections between devices
- Real-time remote access and support
- Collaborate online, participate in meetings, and chat with others
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- System Requirements. Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2016 Server, Windows 2012 Server, Windows Server 2008 R2.
- Download free helper app for Mac / Windows that enables your iPhone / iPad to be used as remote control, keyboard and mouse for your computer.
Optimized for instant remote desktop support, this small customer module does not require installation or administrator rights — simply download, double click, and give the provided ID and password to your supporter.
To use remote desktop on your Mac, simply download TeamViewer from teamviewer.com on both the Mac and the other device, regardless of its operating system. Then select the “Remote Control” tab and enter the Partner ID of the device you would like to connect to. AnyDesk is a standalone remote-access solution that’s a great alternative to TeamViewer. It works in virtually the same way: you sign up for an account, download the AnyDesk app on the machine you want to access remotely, sign in, and then enable unattended access in the app’s preferences and set a password.
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Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) version 3.18 and later includes the msupdate command-line tool. The msupdate tool can be used to start the update process for Microsoft applications produced for Mac, such as Office. The tool is primarily designed to give IT administrators more precise control over when updates are applied. You can download the latest version of MAU from this link.
msupdate works by sending Apple Events to the MAU daemon. On macOS 10.14 Mojave and later, you may see a privacy prompt when running msupdate for the first time. If you are using an enterprise management tool such as Jamf Pro, you should deploy a Privacy Preferences Policy Control (PPPC) payload to pre-approve access. Samples of such a payload can be downloaded from GitHub.
Use the following steps to start using the tool:
- Open the Terminal application
cd /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MAU2.0/Microsoft AutoUpdate.app/Contents/MacOS
The following options are displayed:
Examples of how to use msupdate
- Display the current configuration parameters for MAU:
- Display the current configuration parameters in machine-readable format:
./msupdate --config --format plist
- List all available updates:
- Download and install all available updates:
- Download and install the latest updates for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint:
./msupdate --install --apps MSWD2019 XCEL2019 PPT32019
- Download and install a version-specific update for Outlook:
./msupdate --install --apps OPIM2019 --version 16.17.180090901
- Download and install latest available updates for Excel, wait for 180 seconds (3 minutes) before closing Excel, and display 'Excel will close in 3 minutes to install updates.' on macOS banner notification to notify user:
./msupdate --install --apps XCEL2019 -t 180 -m 'Excel will close in 3 minutes to install updates.'
To use the -t and -m modifiers, you must be using Microsoft AutoUpdate 4.24 or later.
Remote Control For Mac
The following table lists the Microsoft applications for Mac supported by MAU. The identifier is used when specifying the
--apps parameter. When specifying multiple applications on the command-line, separate identifiers with a space.
|Skype for Business||MSFB16|
|Intune Company Portal||IMCP01|
Microsoft Remote For Mac
- The identifiers for the Office apps, such as Word and Outlook, can be used for the following versions:
- Office for Mac (Microsoft 365 or Office 365 subscription plan)
- Office LTSC for Mac 2021 (volume license)
- Office 2019 for Mac (retail or volume license)
- If an update is pending for MAU itself, that update must be applied before any applications can be updated.
- Identifiers are not case-sensitive when run interactively from the command-line, but use the character casing in the table when running from a management tool such as Jamf Pro.
- Microsoft Teams might use MAU to provide updates in some scenarios, such as if the Teams updater fails. But, you can't use msupdate to have MAU manage updates for Teams, because Teams doesn't provide admins the ability to deploy and manage updates. Instead, Teams is updated automatically approximately every two weeks with new features and quality updates. For more information, see Teams update process.