Feb 18 2020 09:44 AM
Feb 18 2020 10:36 AM
@Yann96 Can you see if the local RDP file has the setting? From the start menu, find the desktop in question in the list of apps, right-click / open file location, right-click on the desktop in Explorer and select Properties. This should have the path to the local RDP file you can open in Notepad to see if the setting is visible.
Feb 19 2020 08:48 AM
@Yann96 OK, that explains it. You are using the Remote Desktop client from the Microsoft Store. That client doesn't currently support multiple monitors.
I recommend you install the main Windows Desktop client and give that at try:
Feb 19 2020 07:00 PMSolution
@Yann96 the following documentation explains how to configure the display settings from the client side: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/clients/windowsdeskto...
However, if you have configured the custom property for multi-mon from the server side, it should take effect automatically.
Feb 20 2020 09:17 AM
@Yann96What David is referring to in the link he provided is that you can right-click on the desktop resource from the RD Client and click 'Settings' then on the right side make sure that 'Use multiple displays' is on and the dispays you want to use is selected.