Remote Desktop Dialog
Then expand the dialog by clicking on Options, then check theLocal**Resources tab.
Remote Desktop Local Resources Options
Make sure Clipboard is checked, and then hit the More… button.
Remote Desktop Drives
Now you can select a local disk to be shared with the remote machine. For example, in this case I selected my C: drive.
Local Drive shared on Remote DesktopAs you can see in the screenshot, the file explorer has another drive named “C on HAACKBOOK” which can be used to copy files back and forth from my local machine to the remote machine.
But here’s the part I didn’t know. Let’s take a look at the desktop of my remote machine, which has a text file named info.txt.
One way I can get that file to my local machine is to copy it to the mapped drive we saw in the previous screenshot.
Or, I can simply drag and drop the info.txt from my remote desktop machine to a folder on my local machine.