Article ID: 1315 - Last Modified: April 18, 2011
Maestro isn't displayed properly on Windows when I use remote desktop to reconnect to a suspended session. What can I do?
If the original logon session was started locally and you are reconnecting to it using remote destop, any existing Maestro session will have display problems. This is because the rendering for the existing Maestro session is being done with direct rendering, which does not work properly for remote display. The solution is to quit Maestro and restart it.
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