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Hi,

I am trying to watch videos via remote desktop on windows media center. When i log in remotely and open windows media center i get an notification indicating that it is not supported. Is there a way to allow videos to play on remote desktop through windows media center

thanks in advance!
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In the remote desktop settings play around with the settings in the "display" tab as well as the experience tab (here choose the LAN option and see if that works.
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