Show remote Desktop in a "virtual desktop" on Windows 10.
Each remote session should go into its own virtual desktop on the local machine. This would allow a very clean representation of the remote in the local working environment.
Definitely an interesting idea and something we’ll investigate.
What Aaron Meyers said. I'm here just because I can't switch between virtual desktops via keyboard when using remote desktops on virtual desktops in full-screen (without sacrificing short-cuts within the RDP connection).
Aaron Meyers commented
This would be awesome. Today trying to use remote desktop and your local machine as part of a workflow is clunky as there aren't clean ways to switch back and forth with the keyboard. Treating a remote desktop as a virtual desktop (so I can just CTRL+WIN+arrows back and forth) would be extremely useful.