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Not a programming question but a Windows WTF, Locked my PC before lunch which was running a Remote Desktop to a test rig, went to the PC I'm running the remote desktop into to upgrade the Hardware widget's firmware. Closed the remote desktop session updated it, had lunch, went back to my PC and it's unlocked?..
Anybody else seen that with remote desktop?, not really a big user of it.
Had some app opened (in the RDP session) that displayed a combo box. Found out that somehow, even if I minimized the app, the combo box was still being drawn on the screen (floating on the desktop on its own) and I could interact with it (open/close the expandable list, pick an item...). Although I've had witnessed that sort of thing a couple of times in my decades of using Windows.
But what makes this situation unique--when I minimized the RDP window, the combo box was still there (on the host's screen!) and I could still interact with it. How this was even possible, still to this day I can't even begin to speculate.
You share the clipboard... I mean, when you copy something, another user logged in at that moment can paste your clipboard if the ctrl+v comes in something that can handle it as long as you remain logged in and no other user fills the clipboard..
It happened us a couple of times randomally, then I noticed it and could reproduce it.
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