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This is a known bug with 8.0.x. There's a beta currently in progress for a completely re-developed Microsoft Remote Desktop, currently on 8.2.22, which fixes almost all the known bugs with the existing app. You can download the latest beta here: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=619698
That video adapter only supports resolutions up to 1080p. You would need one that supports 4K resolutions, like this one.
Apple has a first party Package Maker application available with Xcode. There's also Packages, a third party solution.
Try using R-HUB remote support servers. It is an on premise solution utilizing optimum bandwidth, hence better performance.
Here's what worked for me. The latest version of Microsoft Remote Desktop shows to enter the user name as "DOMAIN\user name". Well this won't work with Windows 10. I entered my username as "firstname.lastname@example.org" and voila! It worked. Hope this helps someone as frustrated as myself.
It comes down to this statement: I'm heavy Windows user so I use Parallels a lot but I like some features of Mac (sms sending, photos and few other features) so I would like to have both worlds.. not necessary buying Mac Pro which will be overpaid (hardware wise) Get the PC that you like, get a cheap (even pre-owned) Mac like a Mac Mini or a ...
A more convenient solution than logging into another user could be the Shades preferences pane which allows you to dim the screen to a degree where it's not noticable that it's on. Combined with muting the audio after remotely connecting this allows you to login to an already logged on user without concern to others. However the security and privcacy ...
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