Remote Display Drivers


Support for GDI remote display drivers has been removed in Windows 10, version 2004. However, creating a remote display solution is still possible by building a custom Remote Protocol Provider and an Indirect Display Driver.

A remote display driver is based on the Windows 2000 Mirror Driver model and is used to render the desktop in a remote session.

To successfully install and run starting with Windows 8, a remote display driver must implement only the following device driver interfaces (DDIs) and no more.