Reply To: Dual screen setup

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Ok thanks, thought so is isn’t prossible (yet).

I created a workaround for myself:

a) I used Signon=NTLM SaveLastDomainUser=no
b) Then Privilege=none .. … … SuppressTaskBar=yes
c) WINSServer=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (is needed for NTLM, see manual)
d) For the ICA connection i used Autoconnect=1 (and ofcourse the $UN and $PW) and Fullscreen=no

This will allow the ICA connection “always” tobe displayed on screen 1
e) For the RDP connection i used Autoconnect=5 (and ofcourse the $UN and $PW) and Fullscreen=no

This will allow the RDP connection “always” tobe displayed on screen 2

The final result is that on screen 1 (on the leftside) the user has the ICA connection (desktop) and on screen 2 (on the rightside) the RDP connection (some special application with no Citrix possibility and no screen lock requirement). And the user is still able to control both application with just 1 mouse and keyboard and only the ICA desktop will be locked if the user is idle for 15 min. but the RDP application is visible.