I have a Windows 8.1 desktop PC where I log into using RDP. Now I want to use Moonlight (Android app) that also uses some of the remote protocols used by RDP. Besides that Moonlight also uses Nvidia services to function.
The following problem arises:
1) The Nvidia services don't run when the PC is on the login screen of Windows
This means I need to log myself in, ofcourse I want to do this remotely.
2) When I do this using RDP, Moonlight won't function since some of the RDP services are already in use.
3) When I log off from the RDP session it still does not work since the computer is logged in with my users credentials but still as a RDP user which means that some special display drivers are loaded instead of the Nvidia ones which are used when doing a regular local log in.
Is there a way to login over RDP then switching that user over to the local version of that user (and breaking off the RDP connection). Or put in another way how do I let my computer login to my local ('real') user account remotely?
The only thing I could think off is removing password login and then just reboot the system remotely. But because of security reasons I don't want to do this.