Multiple Monitors via Remote Desktop

I am trying to access a remote computer via Remote Desktop that has Windows 7 Pro with Multiple monitors attached to it from a Windows 8.1 computer that has 2 monitors.  

I want the 2 remote monitors to display separately (not Spanned) on my 2 local monitors.

How do I make this work....

Thanks Experts!
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April33Asked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Unfortunately, you can't.  Upgrade to Enterprise or Ultiamte.  Pro doesn't support multiple monitors.

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
April33Author Commented:
Is there an inline upgrade I can do that doesn't require a full reinstall to go from Pro to Ultimate?  They are joined to a Domain and I don't want to have to reconfigure all their settings and Apps.
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April33Author Commented:
I see.... Looks like to cost $129 to go from Pro to Ultimate!

If we upgrade to Ultimate, what are the steps to getting the Remote Desktop session to use the dual monitors for the remote PC?
andreasSystem AdminCommented:
As far as I am informed its NOT possible to access the 2 physical Screens on the remote machine.

You only an use your local 2 monitors to view the remote desktop session. But this session only resembles ONE screen from remote.

Im not sure what happens if remote has 2 screens set up that are spanned, then maybe you get the final resolution of the combined screens in one RDP session such as it were one LARGE screen. But this would only be useful if both remote screens had the same vertical resolution.

So im not sure if its working as you think an I'm thinking it cant be done.  Ive not seen it before and also never read of it somewhere before.
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
andreas, the flaw in your comment is that RDP sessions build an own display domain. You set a separate resolution, number of colors etc. Having two monitors on the target machine is not related to having two on the local one.
McKnifeCommented:
By the way: anytime upgrade is not the only way. Any setup media of ent./ult. would do as long as you have a key.
April33Author Commented:
Thanks for your help
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