|12 Sep 2009||#1|
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Remote desktop disconnected session
Hi, I RDP into my Windows 7 Enterprise workstation and then start programs and leave them running, and disconnect either by killing the RDP client or clicking on Start -> Disconnect. Either way I find that when I RDP back in immediately (30 seconds or so), I have my previously disconnected desktop, but after about 5 minutes or so when I RDP back in it appears the disconnected session has logged off and I get a new "clean" desktop.
Anyway to force the disconnected remote session to stay that way (in a "locked" state)? I have also tried "locking" before disconnecting but no change.
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