We didn't receive any reports recently about the antivirus programs that you mentioned treating our Host badly. We also do regular checks on our own and monitor antivirus activity as it applies to Remote Utilities. There was nothing alarming.
Still, what you describe looks very much like antivirus software activity. Please, do report to us if you find a consistent pattern.
Thank you for your suggestion. We will think about how we could implement it.
Meanwhile, you can use the following workaround. Create to identical connections in your address book. By "identical" here I mean connections for accessing the same remote PC. When you open a connection and switch to a specific remote monitor using the corresponding toggle icon on the toolbar, the program remembers your monitor choice. The next time you connect through that connection you will see the monitor you've seen the last time.
So, you can view two remote monitors of the same remote Host side by side in your Full Control window as tabs, if you open both connections simultaneously, each one with its own remembered monitor.
2. Yes, just makes stretch mode a little less squashy than with 2 screens on the 1 monitor.
I had a talk with our developers and we decided to add this feature to our wishlist.
FR: How about a "Send WOL through the following host" option/feature which could be added to the Properties->Network tab? The ability to send WOL packets from the host of a computer or server you know is always on, on a remote network or subnet? Obviously if it's not there already, you would need to add the WOL code to the host agent.
Yes, this is something we already have on our roadmap and will implement in the future.