Your reply was swift, in my opinion. Thanks for this information. I reconfigured my msi package to make sure that the monitor driver doesn't install. We don't use the blank host screen feature so it was odd when our laptop users reported that they couldn't adjust their brightness.
How do I completely remove this driver from all current and future installs of Remote Utilities? It doesn't seem to affect desktops, but our laptops have had a severe screen brightness issue for a while, and this driver was the issue. Switching back to Generic PnP monitor fixed our problem.
I have had no issue using Remote Utilities with the Generic driver so what is with this broken one that replaces it?
I am using the free version of remote utilities and I normally remove connections by going to remote install, then uninstalling the host. That way I can replace that machine without using another one of my limited connections. However, I cannot do that as I have already removed the hard drives of those machines and cannot put them back together.