Server 2012 R2 Remote Web Access and Windows 10 on both sides and the remote has dual monitors.

Hi,
Environment is Windows Server 2012 R2 with Essentials Role.
We use both RWA and straight RDP to a specific port to specific computers for remote access.
On the ones using straight RDP (MSTSC) and Windows 10 home on the client and Windows 10 Pro on the host, we can get multiple monitor support by checking "Use all my monitors for the remote session" in the display tab. Works great!

I can't get multi-monitor support when going from Win 10 Pro to another Win 10 Pro host using RWA. I know It will work on Windows 7 using Ultimate or Enterprise editions (so I have read). Should it work for Windows 10 or did I miss something?
Again the question is accessing Windows 10 Pro host from any Win 10 client.
Thanks in advance!
MIkeRKaplanAsked:
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Brandon DubeDirector of ITCommented:
There is a write on how to allow this in web access here: http://www.itfaq.dk/2015/09/06/rds-2012-r2-how-to-add-multi-monitor-option-rd-webaccess/

You can adjust these settings in the Session Collection info as well.
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MIkeRKaplanAuthor Commented:
Your answer was unexpected! As a former coder, I appreciate the article you brought to my attention.
I'm not sure if I still have to upgrade Win 7 Pro hosts to Ultimate or enterprise. If you don't know, I can always test myself.
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Brandon DubeDirector of ITCommented:
If the host is windows 7 you will need ultimate, if it is windows 10 they allow for multiple monitors in the pro version.
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MIkeRKaplanAuthor Commented:
Thank you. Time to close this. You were very helpful!
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MIkeRKaplanAuthor Commented:
Thanks again!
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