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In the Remote Desktop app, open the system list and highlight a remote machine that shows a status of "Locked Screen." Pull down the Interact menu and choose "Unlock Screen..." You'll immediately see the system's status change from "Locked Screen" to "Available." You can then initiate a new curtain mode connection.


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It's your virtualization software that provides the RDP server, not OS X itself. I don't know what you are using specifically, so I will frame my answer using VirtualBox as the example. However, the principle is basically the same. On my FreeBSD VM that I have running on my iMac (10.11.5), I have the option to turn on Remote Display as well as configure ...


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I also had this issue but for me it only started with recent Microsoft RDP for OSX updates. The switch between keyboard layouts was happening whenever I used the Left Alt + Shift key combination which was quite common (and very annoying) while using Visual Studio. On the Windows machines I was RDPing to I went to Region and Language > Keyboards and ...


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On your PC/Mac, go to http://youtube.com/tv (that's not your usual URL, it's the "Lean Back" mode) Go to settings -> Pair a Device (on the sidebar, on the PC) Once instructed to do so, go to your phone and just navigate to http://youtube.com/pair ... if you have the YouTube app, it will ask if you want to open on that app, say yes - if you don't - just move ...


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There are three solutions that I know of that allow you to "black out" the remote screen so that uses cannot see what you are doing: Apple Remote Desktop (ARD). Cost: $79 TightVNC. Cost: Free for personal use. TeamViewer. Cost: Free for personal use ($810 for Business License) As for ARD and VNC, they will do they job, but as far as performance, ...



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