For your situation, my analysis is as follows:
- When we use the enhanced session mode, when connecting to the activated virtual machine, a confirmation prompt for the display resolution of the enhanced mode session will be prompted, and you can enter the virtual machine by connecting directly.
- The use of enhanced session mode does not require network support, so it has nothing to do with the network.
- Switching back to standard mode to view the current system status sometimes prompts "The task you are trying to perform cannot be completed because Remote Desktop Services is currently busy. Please try again in a few minutes. Other users should still be able to log in." Not sure about you Will this happen.
- The appearance of the above prompt means that there are multiple concurrent logins in the current system, and these user sessions are active. After repeated testing, it was found that even if you have logged in to the desktop in the enhanced session mode, when you switch back to the standard mode, you will return to Log in to the interface and ask to log in again.
- When switching from standard mode to enhanced session mode, it will automatically use the current account to submit automatic login. When the current virtual machine does not have a user password set, a new user login session will be automatically submitted when using VMConnect to connect. At this time, the login session will conflict with the logged in user session in standard mode, because there is no one. Therefore, the above-mentioned failure problem occurs due to the monitoring and processing mechanism.
- We know that RDP does not accept login requests with an empty account and password. Obviously, when VMConnect uses the enhanced session mode to connect to a virtual machine with an empty system account and password, it will submit a seemingly non-compliant login request to bypass the The inspection of the RDP protocol specification will eventually lead to this failure. However, if the current account does not have RDP permissions, such as belonging to the Users group, it will be blocked when connecting using enhanced session mode.
- I hope my return can help you.