How to hide display output on remote machine

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  • #5710
    Avatarsurchs
    Participant

    Hi,

    I imagine this is not an uncommon question but I didn’t find anything yet. I want to remotely connect to my workstation without my screen lighting up and displaying what I am currently doing to my coworkers. I could probably remove power to the screen whenever I expect to work remotely for a while but I feel like this is a stone-age solution and also won’t work all the time. Is there a straightforward way to do what I have in mind?

    Thanks

    #5734
    AvatarBritgirl
    Keymaster

    I think this is what you need when connecting to the physical desktop. It’s in the roadmap:

    https://www.nomachine.com/FR09I02610&fn=blank%20screen

    On Linux, by installing Workstation (or any of the products offering the virtual desktop functionality for Linux) you can avoid this since you are connecting to the virtual desktop and not the physical one.

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