One way we got around this was using VNC to remote into our test lab machines and kick off the tests. The VNC services would keep the remote UI active for us while we were disconnected. We did find it to be a little slower to interact with the desktop, but it didn't seem to slow the tests down.
<p>What OS you are using out of remote access ?? that would be help for better reply.<br>Any way 1st go for it:</p> <p>1) Go to the System settings<br>2) Brighteness & Lock </p> <p>3) turn screen off when inactive for => Never<br><br>Do this chnages and pls reply</p>
A workaround that works sometimes is to open remote session (B) within another remote session (A) running on your local machine. Quite often session B is not getting locked when the local machine is locked.
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