I have a Windows 10 machine and a projector. Both of them are connected to the same network (well, not exactly - addresses are: 10.5.50.45 and 10.5.51.20). And I need to share my screen on this projector.
WIN + P does the job, but in this case auto-discovery cannot find the projector (most probably because of not exactly the same subnet).
However, in Windows 7 (and Windows 8, apparently) there is an option to specify an IP-address to connect to, when auto-discovery fails. I've just tested it, because I have a Windows 7 machine too, and everything works fine, I can share my screen from Windows 7 on this projector if I specify its IP-address manually:
But in Windows 10 there is no such option. I cannot find it anywhere - how can I specify the IP-adress of projector? Is there at least some PowerShell command in case it's not possible via standard settings GUI-dialogs?