Everytime I RDP into PC, it goes into a "sleep" state

I am running windows 10 pro on a NEW Dell workstation.

Everytime I try to RDP into my PC, it works fine, but it puts it into a deep sleep state or something.
I always "log off" when I'm finished using the RDP, but when I try to log into my physical PC, the monitors are black.
I press enter, or control alt del., nothing happens.
I make sure that hibernate and sleep modes are off, so the computer should never go to sleep.

The same thing happened on Windows 7 on a different computer, so I know the issue is not about my physical PC, but something with the OS.

Any ideas who to fix this?
DanNetwork EngineerAsked:
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
Check screensaver timeout
Edit power settings
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
under power and sleep, it says never under all the screen and sleep sections.

The screensaver is set to none, and the wait is disabled.
McKnifeCommented:
In order to find out more about the problem: when in that state, can you again log on from remote?

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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Yes, I think I can RDP into my PC, log off, and then log into it again numerous times without my physically touching my PC.  I will test that again this weekend and see what happens on Monday morning.  I will let you know for sure.
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
So I RDP into my desktop at work again this weekend and this time, when I got to work, it was fine, just entered my password and logged me in, the screen was not all black.

This is strange
McKnifeCommented:
This is windows.
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
LOL
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys for trying, if it happens again, I'll look at the logs and see if I can post them here again.
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