Windows 10: GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed

Discus and support GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Good afternoon. I'm from Brazil. I need to create a GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed in the notification bar . Is there a... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by christianpolli, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed


    Good afternoon. I'm from Brazil.

    I need to create a GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed in the notification bar . Is there a way to do this by own windows system as previously posted . But as users use the AD each User to log in your have to make this change . So the question is there any way . The following picture as accurate!

    GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed [​IMG]


    GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed [​IMG]


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    christianpolli, Aug 31, 2016
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  2. Levi2018 Win User

    GPO or registry key for Remote Desktop : Keep PC awake for connection when it is plugged in

    When Remote Desktop is enabled in Group Policy, the Remote Desktop settings on the workstations are greyed out as expected. See screenshot below. However, I'm unable to set the "Keep my PC awake for connections when it is plugged in" setting which is new
    in Windows 10 1709 if Remote Desktop is enabled via GPO. I can't find this setting in GPO or in the registry. Does anyone know how to set this setting via GPO or the registry? Thanks!


    GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed [​IMG]
     
    Levi2018, Aug 31, 2016
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  3. GPO or registry key for Remote Desktop : Keep PC awake for connection when it is plugged in

    Hi Levi,



    This issue which does not allow you to make changes on some particular settings is a normal behavior of the PC if you’re using Remote Desktop. If your device is associated with a certain organization, a company, or what not, we suggest contacting your local
    IT guy to perform the registry edit. You can also attempt to perform the following command in the registry as well:



    • Press Windows Key + R on your keyboard.
    • Type regedit and press Enter.
    • Now navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER > SOFTWARE > Policies > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > PushNotifications.
    • Look for NoToastApplicationNotification, double-click on that.
    • Now change the value from 1 to 0.
    • Click OK.


    You can also check Microsoft TechNet Forumif you’re
    still not able to resolve the issue. They should be able to walk you through the process of making changes on particular settings via Remote Desktop.



    If you have other queries, don’t hesitate to reach out.



    NOTE: Registry editors bypass the standard safeguards provided by the administrative tools which prevents you to enter conflicting settings. Taking that into
    consideration, Microsoft suggests to avoid making changes on the registry unless there is no alternative to avoid degrading the performance of your device or at times, may even cause further issues. Since you’ve already tinkered the registry, we suggest posting
    your query on
    Microsoft TechNet Forum.
    The forum is mostly consists of Professional Technicians who can guide you throughout the whole process of resolving your concern.
     
    Arthur Rui, Aug 31, 2016
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