Thank you for the feedback. Multi-monitor support is definitely a feature we’d like to support in the future. It may take a little while as we’ll need to make changes to the core UWA platform.
Allan Cantillo commented
This is a must, 3 monitors but for this app only one monitor, something is broken. I think you have the opportunity to have more customization than the regular x86 version. Use 1 monitor, 2 monitors, 3 monitors and so on. If you include this feature for sure with will be super useful. Having 3 monitors and customize 2 for one remote and the other for another remote would be very powerful.
previous versions supported this why remove it?
I agree - it is really important for me to use multi monitors on RDP
Martin Pees commented
Dual monitors when remoted in would be extremely useful. For example, it would allow for easier viewing of logs and monitoring while making changes to the system - having the system graphs and reports to one side and being able to view the changes you make with Powershell or whatever on the other - thus not having to minimize some parts to all fit on the screen, and being able to view results from changes in real-time. Dual monitor support would also be useful in the work environment when a coworker or two need to assist - they can have the stuff they need to read on one monitor, and while the person being trained or assisted would have the tools they need to do the job on the main screen. And troubleshooting some specific graphics related issues could benefit from dual monitor support for remote desktop..
I second this, and also please make it work with monitors of differing resolutions.
I need support for more of 1 monitor.
And the ability to use 2 of 3 monitors for one session would be great.
This MUST allow for extended (not spanned) multiple (dual at a minimum) monitor support!!!
Luka Pribanić commented
I woulf welcome this, especially for having one connection on one screen and second on the other