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HI everyone, I am a complete novice here and hope to learn as much as I can. Just a question that bothered me for some time now…If I got a file open in a VM and suddenly there is a connection to my computer thru RDP/remote environment can they see that file open on the VM? thank you and hope you can help me
Hi, it depends on which type of RDP you have. Generally, RDPs have a shared virtual machine(VM) where multiple users work on a common VM. So, in this case, it is visible.
However, suppose you have taken any customized options like RDP and VDI, then you can opt for a dedicated VM where each user works on a separate VM. These customized options are available in the market which are offered by third-party managed cloud providers.
I hope my answer helps you and clear your doubt.