After a certain amount of idle time, the client device might dim the display, activate the lock screen, or power down the display to conserve power. You can set an option to prevent screen lock for a remote desktop or published application.
Note: Windows 10 devices register watching and listening as user idle time. The amount of idle time required before screen lock occurs depends on the device's user settings.
- Connect to the remote desktop or published application.
- Tap the Option button in the floating menu in the remote desktop or published application window and tap Setting.
- Expand the Advanced section and tap to toggle the Screen always on option to On.
If the option is set to Off, screen lock may occur.