Does this work with Remote Desktop?

Jul 24, 2014 at 4:00 PM
When I launch this within the RDP session, it doesn't seem to keep the session alive.
Feb 14, 2015 at 9:13 PM
Yeah, I'm afraid that as it works by simulating relatively low-level [console session] input, it doesn't make it to the RDP session.

As far as I know, this is a Windows limitation and I don't have a workaround. If I find one, I'll post here, but I haven't yet.
Mar 20, 2016 at 3:45 AM
A click function would solve this problem. Would you consider adding a function to click instead of move the mouse?
Mar 25, 2016 at 7:27 PM
The problem isn't the type of input - move vs. click - the problem is where it is injected. The function that lets mouse jiggler simulate input injects it into the console (hardware-bound) session, because simply simulating input window messages doesn't reset the Windows inactivity timer. The equivalent for an RDP session would be injecting input into the incoming RDP stream, and to the best of my knowledge there is no function that permits this, I'm afraid.

(As a further note on clicking, the reason that Mouse Jiggler simulates a small degree of mouse movement is because moving the mouse back and forth a few pixels is not guaranteed, but is nevertheless almost certain to be idempotent; i.e., without side effects, whatever happens to be on the screen.

This is very much not the case for a click, which will trigger selection or action if something happens to be beneath it, or if the mouse drifts, is knocked, etc., while the computer is unattended so that something is underneath it. And that means, despite however many warnings I put on it, that that's just an invitation to trouble and angry working-as-designed bug reports, so I can pretty much guarantee that that's never going to happen.)