Currently I’m trying to Use remote utilities to connect to my desktop at work and its perfect, but I have a monitor problem I am try to resolve. I have a laptop with windows 10 on it and it’s a 15.6 laptop plus I added a 24 inch monitor on the right side. It works fine in windows 10 as I can see my mouse move over to the other side of my 24 inch hooked up. but when I connect to my Work desktop that uses 2 -24 inch monitors, it will only transfer the two 24 inch monitors there into only the laptop screen. I can move the mouse over to the right side of the laptop and see the other monitor at work fine. SO How do I see my left monitor at work on my laptop screen and my right monitor at work on my extra hooked up monitor on my laptop??
Could you please clarify if you mean that you see both remote monitors displayed on only one of the monitors on the Viewer's side? If this is the case, then, unfortunately, there no such feature yet that allows to automatically map multiple screens on the Host's side to multiple monitors on the Viewer's side respectively. However, we already have this feature on our wishlist and we will definitely implement it in our future updates.
Meanwhile, as a temporary workaround for this scenario, it should be possible to manually stretch the Full Control and View window across both monitors or to do so via your graphics card control panel, such as Nvidia Control Panel or AMD Control Center (depending on your graphics card manufacturer).