Monday, January 23, 2017

Windows Remote Desktop local taskbar hides remote taskbar in fullscreen mode

I did an RDP session to a remote host. In fullscreen mode, the remote taskbar was hidden by my local computer taskbar.

How-I-fixed-it:
Bring up the task manager on the local computer, right-click "Windows Explorer" and select "Restart".

I re-opened the RDP session and now the Fullscreen worked fine again.

I found the solution here:
http://superuser.com/questions/495871/taskbar-disappears-over-remote-desktop-connection-when-outside-local-network


67 comments:

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  20. Unfortunately, this did not work for me. I've tried many other things, and nothing has worked so far.

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  22. Got a new Windows 10 patch this week 4/17/2020 and this worked. I wonder what else this patch screwed up.

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  30. Unfortunately this did NOT work for me. Running Windows 10 on a Lenovo laptop. I've tried all the fixes people have mentioned such as restarting Explorer, closing background apps, etc. Nothing has worked. As a workaround I have the local taskbar set to "automatically hide in desktop mode" which works OK, but it sometimes still pops up when I roll the pointer over the remote taskbar.

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