Multiple Monitor Support in Azure Virtual Desktop

Multiple Monitor Support
By default, Windows Virtual Desktop provides support for multiple monitors when using the installed desktop client.  This is feature is not available when using the web interface. If desired multi-monitor support can be disabled using the steps below.

1.    Within the Remote Desktop application, Right-Click on the ‘Default Desktop’ link and select Settings.

Red arrow pointing to the Settings option button

2. In the right pane, deactivate the ‘Use Default Settings’ option and then select your monitor preference in the ‘Display Configuration’ drop down window.

Red arrow pointing to the "Use default settings" switch.


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