Bumping this thread. The server side is still only seeing one monitor and when I hit “Fullscreen on all monitors” it just stretches the display across both instead of treating it as 2 monitors. Please see previous posts in this thread for my setup, as I am connecting to a virtual desktop on a headless machine.
Thank you for the response. I still see the same behavior when trying these 2 options you mentioned, that the Gnome desktop treats the 2 monitors as one giant monitor and the maximize button maximizes across both screens. I updated to use Fedora 33 Gnome on the server side, with both the server and the Windows Enterprise Client at 7.0.211. It is not a physical desktop that I am connecting to, but a virtual one that is created when I first log in from the client machine. Was this feature implemented in the free for personal use version of the product?