G'day ... I use remote desktop when I'm at home and just want to sit at my lounge with my (ageing) laptop and want the speed and power of the desktop. With the Jupiter update I received the OpenGl 3.3 message (plenty of other posts about that one so I'll leave that alone) and after some messing around (hour or so) discovered that it wasn't the host machine rather remote desktop itself, the host machine is at OpenGl 4.4 but when I check the version via RDP (remote Desktop) it reports as 1.1.
Not holding my breath for Microsoft to address this any time soon (it affects any applications that want to use GPU features from what I understand) the simplest work around for me was to go to RealVNC which renders the remote screen differently than remote desktop does.
Hope this helps ...
NB. the personal use version is free but you have to register to get it to work
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