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I have built several bots using RPA Express which are operating successfully so long as there is a display attached (local or via RDP) to enable the UI interactions. However, the UI interactions fail as soon as the RDP connection is lost. I'm looking to run the bots unattended on VMs, but can't seem to get around this issue.

I have had some luck using tscon upon logging off an RDP session, but the results are inconsistent and the likelihood of the 'console' display failing increases the longer that the RDP session is logged out.

I'm looking for a reliable virtual monitor solution that I can implement in a VM environment. Has anyone had any success with this?


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Microsoft Remote Desktop is officially unsupported by rpa as a remote access utility, as it modifies the behavior of the automation when not being observed.

I would suggest you to use vmware or amazonworkspace

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