The Remote Desktop runs in the user context. It is started when the user logs in to Windows.
This means that a remote connection can only be established if a user is logged in. Remote login with Ctrl-Alt-Del is not possible. If the user logs out, the Remote Desktop service will also stop. Any connected viewers will be disconnected.
If the remote computer is locked, you will also
not be able to establish a connection. The computer is also locked
if a screen saver with the option
On resume, password protect is
If several users are logged in at the remote computer at the same time (fast user switching), the Remote Desktop service will also be started several times. However, the viewing software will only be able to connect to the service that was started first. If this first user is not active, the connection will be established, but after entering the password, it will be closed immediately.
The connection will also be closed if the user
that logged in first clicks on
Switch user as he becomes inactive.