I'm trying to build a solution which allows me to keep my games and production software separated, without having to dual-boot and while keeping the ability to use Hyper-V on the host (since it's used to develop UWP apps and I need the emulators).
I decided to try the RemoteApp feature by installing Windows Server 2012 R2 on a newly created Hyper-V machine and, using RemoteApp Tool, I did a test with an old copy of Age of Empires 3.
What I get is a message saying:
The game cannot be run in a remote desktop session
which stops me from playing.
I've also tried by manually configuring the server with RD roles and stuff, but it fails the connection because of certificate issues (I wasn't able to use a self-signed certificate for some reasons).
Since I'm finding online posts telling that it's possible to play through RemoteApp, is there any kind of solution to this issue?