I have a kiosk system which shows information. When I want to change its configuration, I log into it via RDP, which of course logs off the user that is shown on the kiosk monitor.
When I am done editing, I usually reboot the system so that it can log in with the kiosk user automatically, but rebooting takes a lot of time.
Is it possible to end a RDP connection with a command like, "Log me off and reconnect the local user's session"?
In other words, how can I remotely unlock the local logon session I disconnected when logging in via Remote Desktop?
The remote computer runs Windows 7.