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I just upgraded to windows 10. I often have to remote into a server, then from that server remote into another server (second server is only available from within network...can't vpn to it). I can still connect fine, but I can't minimize the second connection to get to the first. So, the situation is:

Computer A (Windows 10) -> remote to Computer B -> remote to Computer C.

Need to minimize C to view B, but when I do this, I'm back on A.

This occurs if I'm running full screen or in a window. This worked fine in Windows 7. My only solution at this point is to log off of C. Also, if I just close the connection (don't log off), when I log back on to B, I'll still be looking at C.

Is there some new configuration I need to make? Or is this a bug?

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  • Have you tried moving the connection bar so that you can see both of them for both sessions?
    – joeqwerty
    Nov 30, 2015 at 21:05
  • Ah...that was indeed the issue and the solution.I can't mark a comment as an answer, but that was it! Nov 30, 2015 at 22:28

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Have you tried moving the connection bar so that you can see both of them for both sessions? Try that and see if it resolves the issue for you.

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