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Clifton Howlett

Starting SL behind an RDP connection

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Hi,

ATM I try to start Secondlife on my Workstation via RDP. (Microsoft Remote Desktop) But I only become a message that SL can't start.

If I connect to the workstation via Teamviewer, SL start without error. If SL is running, I can connect via RDP and SL work fine.

I only can't start via RDP.

Here the specifications:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor              (3600 MHz)
Speicher: 32718 MB
Betriebssystemversion: Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit (Build 18362.295)
Grafikkartenhersteller: NVIDIA Corporation
Grafikkarte: GeForce RTX 2070/PCIe/SSE2

Windows-Grafiktreiberversion: 26.21.14.3160
OpenGL-Version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 431.60

 

I hope someone has a idea. 

PS: Driver are already new installed 

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Ah sorry, it seemed like an option that could possibly help. So I guess the solution, barring any better idea, is to launch SL before establishing the RDP session. Could perhaps be done with a scheduled task, psexec, powershell remoting, etc.

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I think it's because RDP uses its own display driver instead of the Nvidia driver. I don't think you're getting around that. 

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On 8/19/2019 at 7:01 PM, Clifton Howlett said:

If I connect to the workstation via Teamviewer, SL start without error.

And that is not the solution you want to use?

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Hi Resi, 

Not really. The quality of the TeamViewer connection with a 4k Setup is really low and the most time the 4k Resolution ist not available.

With RDP its like working on the own desk .

 

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