Cloudless Fluid Connections

Jump Desktop Connect and Jump Desktop for Mac now support completely cloudless Fluid connections. This means that you can now use Fluid without any cloud dependencies. This is useful for environments that require super-high security or otherwise don't have access to the internet.

Limitations of Cloudless Fluid Connections

  • Important Security note: Team Access Control restrictions do not apply to manual connections. You are responsible for all firewall and security surrounding the connection. The connection to the machine will be allowed access as long as they can connect to the machine's IP address and they know a local user name and password. The connection will be encrypted end-to-end.
  • Only available on Teams Enterprise plans.

How to Enable Cloudless Fluid On The Remote Computer

There are two ways to enable Cloudless Fluid Connections - you can use either way:

1. In your Team's dashboard use the Lock down settings feature. Specifically you'll need to turn on the Manual Fluid Connections option:

2. Alternative way if the computer does not have any access to the cloud: Open up Jump Desktop Connect on the remote computer and then click the Settings icon -> Advanced -> CHECK Fluid -> CHECK Manual Fluid Connections.


How to Connect to Computers With Cloudless Fluid Enabled

You can connect to cloudless fluid using Jump Desktop for Mac by creating a new Manual connection: 

  1. Open up Jump Desktop for Mac. Make sure you're running Jump Desktop for Mac 8.6 or later.
  2. Make sure you are signed in your Teams Enterprise account. This will unlock the Cloudless Fluid feature.
  3. Click File -> Add New.
  4. You should now see a new Fluid option in the Type area. Click Fluid and enter the machine's IP address to connect.


Reset 2-step verification for team users

Team admins can reset 2-step verification for team users. 

If 2-step verification is required for the team, users will be prompted to re-enable 2-step verification the next time they sign into Jump Desktop apps. 

This feature is available on Teams Enterprise plans.

Teams: Remotely log off users from Jump Desktop apps

Team admins can now see which Jump Desktop apps each user is signed into and log them off remotely. 

To see where each user is signed in, drill down to the user in your Teams dashboard and see the 'Where this user is signed in' section. 

This feature is available on Teams Enterprise plans.

Disable Social Sign-in for team members

Team admins can now prevent users from signing into their Jump Desktop accounts using Google or Apple sign in. Once this setting is enabled, all team members will be required to sign into Jump Desktop apps using their Jump Desktop account credentials. 

Turn on the requirement in the Security section of your Team's dashboard

This feature is available on the Teams Pro and Teams Enterprise plans.

Sign in with Apple

You can now sign into your Jump Desktop account using your Apple ID! It's a great way to sign into your account quickly on Apple devices. 

To get started, link your Apple sign in with your Jump Desktop account in the Security section of the dashboard.

New subscription plans

We've added brand new plans to Teams: Essentials, Pro and Enterprise

Existing Teams customers have been automatically grandfathered to Teams Enterprise plan with no change in pricing (thanks for being an early supporter!).

Dark mode

We've added a dark mode theme for the dashboard. 

If your browser supports it, the dashboard will automatically switch to the dark theme if you have dark mode enabled.

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