My Term.1 is PC with DVI link, and Term.2 is TV with HDMI link. The graphic card is AMD R9 270. When the TV is off, the displayer number of PC will be asigned to No.1 by win10. But when the TV is on, display number of PC will be No.2 and TV be No.1. This cause an issue. Since term.2 is not often used, so I turned off auto-run option and set the displayer No.2 to Term.1 and No.1 to Term.2 when the TV is on. But when the TV is off, Term.1 will find no displayer No.2 and fail to boot. So I can not use the PC with the TV off!!! The displayer number is automatically assigned by win10 and can not be changed. The DVI/HDMI link can not be exchanged since TV has only HDMI input. Do you have any solution to have the PC work while the TV off ?
Try binding the video output for the workplace from ASTER control
Right click on each monitor from ASTER control > Workplaces tab
then choose "assign video output" then check the checkbox next to the underlined video output
then it will show "Forced to x.x" next to the output name
Do the same for both TV and monitor
After that restart the computer
and even if the windows gives different numbers ASTER will show the output from the assigned monitor or TV.
Much like any other applications, its up to the user how the application is used.Georgeiroge wrote: ↑Thu Feb 15, 2024 8:23 am- I've heard about Aster's ability to create multiple workstations on a single PC, but I'm curious if it can be used for unethical purposes like hacking into multiple computers at once. Is it possible to use Aster as a tool for malicious activities, and if so, how can it be prevented or detected?
ASTER is used to create multiple workplaces.
ASTER in itself has no way to prevent what sort of applications you run or what you do in the workplaces.
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