This is all a bit speculative…
I doubt you could do all this latency-free over the air. You'd probably want a good part of this wired.
A Bluetooth mouse/keyboard would allow you to reach from both rooms [even if you simplified by carrying them with you].
I have a Logitech keyboard with built-in trackpad on my living room [HTPC] Mac Pro so I can control it ...
If you click More options, there's an option to connect as another user.
Click Use a different account and type in your credentials.
If that doesn't work, click Show Options in the RDP window, and then click "Always ask for credentials" if it's not ticked by default. You can change the domain there, under the "User name".
I recently just encountered and solved this exact error with Microsoft Remote Desktop Version 10.3.12 (1801) on both macOS High Sierra (10.13.6) and macOS Catalina (10.15.5). I was able to connect without issue if the IP address of the Windows machine was used, but would get Error Code: 0x104 if the hostname was attempted.
The solution that worked was ...
You cannot do that with x11vnc, because it's tied to an existing X server. You would need an X server instance for each x11vnc instance.
Instead use something like Xvnc, which creates an X server with a "virtual" framebuffer.
Yes, you won't be able to support OpenGL like this, because there's only one graphics card with a GPU, and you cannot share ...
so that was my solution: it works but under one condition: you have to disable the multi factor authentication for the user you want to sign in, if this not an option for you or you do not want to do this for a reason, you have then to use a smart login methode link windows hello, please see this for more informations :
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which include Windows Virtual Machines. Hopefully, this includes Windows Server.
Chrome Remote Desktop has no real multi-monitor support.
The good new is that it does allow to view
multiple remote monitors on your screen.
The bad news is that all the remote monitors of the machine you’re connected to
will be crammed into your one display, and you won’t be able to conveniently
navigate between them.
For more information see
Chrome Remote ...
Got the same problem but editing rdp is not a solution for me cause I use three monitors and in this scenario it dont work.
I can write the signs by using the keys (left) control+option+command but this is not very userfriendly. :/
In my case my own computer name and my office machine name was same.
I used OpenVPN to connect to my office network and added office machine name and it's static IP in my local machine's host file like:
whereas my own machine name is also xyz-pc so when i tried to connect to my office machine it started throwing above error. I tried ...
After reading a few posts about this, I found a simple solution working on Windows 10.2004 x64 Professional
I needed a clean exit (restore remote session after RDP disconnect) with no on-screen console window, and no third-party programs, here it is :
create a exit_rdp.bat file on the remote machine (the one you want to control) and paste these lines inside :...
I use MultiDesk as my Remote Desktop Client.
The main advantage is i can see the task bars of both my host computer and also remote computer at the same time and i know what all is open in both of my computers.
And in the background it again uses RDP only, so all the solutions mentioned above will work in MultiDesk also.
Here are the keyboard shortcuts ...
Just to add some current info and the source of the card reader string:
(year 2020; openSuse Tumbleweed, but i expect current Linux Mint to use a simlar version of xfreerdp)
it works to connect to an Windows Server 2016 using the command:
xfreerdp -v:<servername> /smartcard:<string as given by pcsc_scan -r> /w:<pixel hor.> /h:<pixel vert....
For me, connecting with Remote Desktop over VPN, the fix seems to be to disable Persistent bitmap caching under Show Options >> Local Experience
Windows 10 Home build 18363 connecting to Win10 Enterprise build 18363 over Checkpoint VPN.
I tried disabling UDP as per the top voted answer but that resulted in frequent outright disconnects instead of ...
In my case, I had to change field "prompt for credentials" in file %HOMEPATH%\Documents\Default.rdp from 1 to 0
prompt for credentials:i:1
prompt for credentials:i:0
I also add to make file read only as Windows would change it back every connection
Short answer is NO
Although Chrome Remote Desktop allows you to send files by the side bar the PC you are controlling can't send files back to you
The only software, as far as i know that can do this is TeamViewer.
TeamViewer its way more capable thatn Chrome remote deskotp, you could use Chrome for some basic stuff, but TeamViewer its the way to go if you ...
By coincidence - the problem disappeared after an update done just a few hours later. I keep my computer up to date so somehow I just happened to get this specific fix the same day I decided to post the question.
TL;DR: 'stty -icrnl' in ~/.bashrc fixed it for me under Arch linux
Under Arch linux with the "konsole|yakuake" terminal (xterm did not show the problem) I had the same problem.
My stty settings did not include "-icrnl".
-icrnl: Don't replace cariage return to new line.
So basically adding "stty -icrnl" to ~/.bashrc finally fixed the duplicate newline "...
Your local Gemfile contains the following:
Which you can install with bundle install whilst on the same directory as the file above. You'll need bundler (under debian based distros that's the ruby-bundler package)
To install ffi on its own you can do:
gem install ffi
AnyDesk is another remote-control program compatible with Raspberry Pi.
Some of the features:
Remote-controlling to and from Raspberry Pi, Android, Linux, Windows and more.
Devices can be controlled with local confirmation or a device-specific password. This is different from TeamViewer's model of logging in with an account that is shared between all ...