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Apple Safari



This entry is used to define and configure a Web Browser (http/https) session with Apple Safari. It allows the user to open a website with the Apple Safari web browser, in external mode.


The Apple Safari web browser is only accessible in the External display mode and requires the installation of the Apple Safari extension on your computer.





Apple Safari - General tab

Apple Safari - General tab




Web Browser URL

Enter the website URL.

Assign Favicon to Session

Click this link to assign the website favicon to the session. This helps recognizing the proper entry in a large list.


Forces the web page to go over HTTPS.

Web Browser Application

Select the web browser to use. Select between:

Default (Use the computer default browser.)

Internet Explorer


Google Chrome

Apple Safari (External display mode only.)

Opera (External display mode only.)

Edge (External display mode only.)

Private session (incognito)

Open the website in private mode. The session will not save the history and cache of the browsing activity.


Select a website to have its log in page URL filled in the Web browser URL field.

Security Questions

Enter the security questions/answers of the website account.

One Time Password (OTP)

Use a one time password as a second authentication factor. For more information, please consult the One Time Password topic.



When using the External Display Mode, the Autofill and Html Control ID tabs are be disabled. To use the auto log in feature with external web browsers, use the Devolutions Web Login.


Apple Safari - Login tab

Apple Safari - Login tab


Browser Extensions

The browser extension link allows the Devolutions Web Login to retrieve the entry from the data source.


Apple Safari - Browser Extensions

Apple Safari - Browser Extensions



Apple Safari - Advanced

Apple Safari - Advanced




Automatic refresh

Refresh the page automatically.


Enter the delay for the automatic refresh.

Enable keyboard shortcuts

Enable keyboard shortcuts.

Always launch application on external protocol request

Chrome allows web services to ask if you would like to use them to open certain links. Enable that option to launch your application on external protocol request.

Refresh once after delay

Delay that occurs after almost every action in Remote Desktop Manager before the currently selected mode is queried to display information in various tabs. Adjust this to adapt to your environment.