Windows 10: Logging in locally after remote desktop session is very slow on 1803

Discus and support Logging in locally after remote desktop session is very slow on 1803 in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Since v1803, whenever I try to log in locally after a remote desktop session, my screen changes to blue for up to 5 minutes before I can see the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by ziggggy, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. ziggggy Win User

    Logging in locally after remote desktop session is very slow on 1803


    Since v1803, whenever I try to log in locally after a remote desktop session, my screen changes to blue for up to 5 minutes before I can see the desktop. This is on a custom built desktop with a ryzen 7 cpu. I did a clean install of v1803 to see if that would fix the issue, but it hasn't.

    How do I go about figuring out what might be causing this? I googled this issue ad nauseam, but I haven't found anything that resembles my issue. I ran the dm log collector and attached the zip file here to help diagnose this issue.

    :)
     
    ziggggy, Sep 7, 2018
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  2. kikicoco1334 Win User

    Remote Desktop

    Okay guys need some help here before going crazy...
    I am trying to setup a remote desktop connection and see exactly what the logged on user is looking at with out going through Windows Remote Desktop.

    Since its local network I don't have any password or want to setup a password.

    Any suggestions are appreciated
     
    kikicoco1334, Sep 7, 2018
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  3. GreenlaneAC Win User
    Remote Desktop - Screen resolution in remote session

    I have connected to a remote desktop session and the windows in the remote session are all too small for me to see.

    I have edited the remote desktop connection settings and cannot seem to make anything larger.

    I am using a new Dell Inspiron Laptop which has a very high screen resolution 3840 x 2160

    Any suggestions appreciated

    Thank you
     
    GreenlaneAC, Sep 7, 2018
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  4. RKRoberts2 Win User

    Logging in locally after remote desktop session is very slow on 1803

    Windows 10 version 1803 Remote Desktop Problem

    My Desktop system was recently automatically updated to version 1803 and rebooted by windows update. Since then I can only Remote Desktop into this machine when I am already logged on at the desktop. If I am logged in at the desktop the Remote Desktop connection
    is successful and kicks me off of the desktop session like always.

    If I try to Remote Desktop into the machine after previously disconnecting from remote desktop (and without first logging in at the actual machine) I get "connection reset by peer" when trying from my mac laptop (Microsoft RDP client version 8.0.43 build
    27325) and "internal error" when trying to connect from a windows 10 laptop (also at version 1803).

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
    RKRoberts2, Sep 7, 2018
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Logging in locally after remote desktop session is very slow on 1803