Black screen when I log on on my little server with remote desktop


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    Black screen when I log on on my little server with remote desktop


    Hi friends

    I run a TV stick from Meegopad T02 with an Intel© Atomô Z3735F Processor and Windows 10.

    When I connect a 720p display to the T02 I see over an RDP session on a notebook just 720p. When 1080p is connected I see over RDP as well 1080p.

    But I would like to run the Meegopad without any display connected only controlled over remote desktop (RDP). When I do so and the T02 booted up I can establish a remote session. But the display on the Notbook shows just a black. screen.

    Is it possible to force Windows 10 to a dedicated screen resolution even when no display is connected? Somehow disable autodetection of the monitor?
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    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Has really no one an idea how to overcome this issue?
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  3. Posts : 7
    Windows 10 Home
       #3

    Hi Rilazo - I can RDP in to an HP Microserver which is now running Windows 10 (never tried it before), so it is possible.

    At the risk of asking a stupid question, is the version of W10 you're using one of the RDP-friendly versions? I believe only Pro / Business / Ultimate allow it. I don't think you can RDP into a W10 Home box. (you say you have a connection, so that probably is a stupid question...)

    There's an impressive looking how-to here: RDC - Connect Remotely to your Windows 10 PC (I've only just joined the forum & am amazed at how much good stuff is here)

    Mercifully, RDP has worked for me out of the box, but there is some stuff about setting bespoke Remote session resolutions here:
    http://superuser.com/questions/13814...nnection-mstsc
    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...(v=ws.10).aspx

    Hope you get to the bottom of it, I'd be interested to know the solution if you find one.
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