How to enable Multi-Monitor
using Thinfinity Remote Workspace

 

As we have mentioned in previous articles, using multiple monitors can increase productivity by up to 40%. Enabling users to interact with several applications simultaneously does much more than provide minor improvements in accessibility. Time-saving, efficiency-building features such as dragging and dropping files between windows give people more control over their work experience and can drastically improve morale, satisfaction, and mood. As a result, the use of dual monitors has become a common practice. 

Keeping that in mind, Thinfinity Remote Workspace 6.5 includes a Multi-Monitor feature that allows users to access up to 16 virtual monitors per Remote Desktop session. This latest release will enable you to run multiple applications on locally attached monitors.

To activate the Multi-Monitor feature, you’ll need to enable the H264 protocol on the target Windows Desktop or RDS server. Next, navigate your Thinfinity Remote Workspace site and edit the corresponding RDP Profile by clicking on the little pencil icon.

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Edit Access Profile

 

Now, enable ‘H264’ in the ‘Experience’ tab:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable H264

 

Proceed to check ‘Enable Multi-monitor’ in ‘Display’ tab:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable Dual Monitor

 

Finally, you are ready to connect to the Windows Desktop and open additional displays in your connection.

In the menu bar at the top, you will find the option ‘Display Layout’:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable Multidisplay

 

From here, you can choose what side you wish to extend your screen:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Select to Add New Display

 

To learn more about how Thinfinity Remote Workspace can help boost productivity and end-user experience using the multi-monitor feature, book a call with one of our specialists. We are always available to guide you and provide the best solution based on your specific needs.  

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As we have mentioned in previous articles, using multiple monitors can increase productivity by up to 40%. Enabling users to interact with several applications simultaneously does much more than provide minor improvements in accessibility. Time-saving, efficiency-building features such as dragging and dropping files between windows give people more control over their work experience and can drastically improve morale, satisfaction, and mood. As a result, the use of dual monitors has become a common practice. 

Keeping that in mind, Thinfinity Remote Workspace 6.5 includes a Multi-Monitor feature that allows users to access up to 16 virtual monitors per Remote Desktop session. This latest release will enable you to run multiple applications on locally attached monitors.

To activate the Multi-Monitor feature, you’ll need to enable the H264 protocol on the target Windows Desktop or RDS server. Next, navigate your Thinfinity Remote Workspace site and edit the corresponding RDP Profile by clicking on the little pencil icon.

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Edit Access Profile

 

Now, enable ‘H264’ in the ‘Experience’ tab:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable H264

 

Proceed to check ‘Enable Multi-monitor’ in ‘Display’ tab:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable Dual Monitor

 

Finally, you are ready to connect to the Windows Desktop and open additional displays in your connection.

In the menu bar at the top, you will find the option ‘Display Layout’:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Enable Multidisplay

 

From here, you can choose what side you wish to extend your screen:

 

How to enable Multi-Monitor - Select to Add New Display

 

To learn more about how Thinfinity Remote Workspace can help boost productivity and end-user experience using the multi-monitor feature, book a call with one of our specialists. We are always available to guide you and provide the best solution based on your specific needs.  

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