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Hi, I have a Windows 2019 server with Hyper-V. I assigned an NVIDIA Quadro P4000 card to a Session-Host server (Windows Server 2019). My first problem is that I don't have the NVIDIA Control Panel. The second problem is that when I turn off the base video card and it's more than the NVIDIA, when I do benchmark tests, the NVIDIA card is not used in the task manager... thanks for your help
Hi,
I have a Windows 2019 server with Hyper-V. I assigned an NVIDIA Quadro P4000 card to a Session-Host server (Windows Server 2019).
My first problem is that I don't have the NVIDIA Control Panel.

The second problem is that when I turn off the base video card and it's more than the NVIDIA, when I do benchmark tests, the NVIDIA card is not used in the task manager...

thanks for your help

#1
Posted 08/23/2019 02:05 PM   
Hi If you're connecting via RDP, not seeing the Control Panel is expected behaviour due to the way in which the GPU is being accessed. Use a different protocol to connect, something like HDX, Blast, TGX or VNC, then you'll see it. Regarding the GPU being used in tests, make sure you have it enabled via GPO: Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Remote Session Environment Enable: Use the hardware default graphics adapter for all Remote Desktop Services sessions Regards MG
Hi

If you're connecting via RDP, not seeing the Control Panel is expected behaviour due to the way in which the GPU is being accessed. Use a different protocol to connect, something like HDX, Blast, TGX or VNC, then you'll see it.

Regarding the GPU being used in tests, make sure you have it enabled via GPO:

Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Remote Session Environment

Enable: Use the hardware default graphics adapter for all Remote Desktop Services sessions

Regards

MG

#2
Posted 08/23/2019 03:52 PM   
Hi, Do you know another software like Remote Desktop ? where do i apply the gpo? on which server? server session host ? According to this link, my Quadro P4000 card is not compatible with Session Host and does not support DDA, is it possible ? https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/product-support-matrix/index.html
Hi,

Do you know another software like Remote Desktop ?

where do i apply the gpo? on which server? server session host ?

According to this link, my Quadro P4000 card is not compatible with Session Host and does not support DDA, is it possible ?


https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/product-support-matrix/index.html

#3
Posted 08/26/2019 06:03 AM   
Hi [quote=""]Do you know another software like Remote Desktop ?[/quote] Yes, mentioned above: HDX (Citrix), Blast (VMware), TGX (Mechdyne) or VNC. VNC is free, try that first. However, why do you need to get to the NVIDIA Control Panel? What is it you're looking to change? [quote=""]where do i apply the gpo? on which server? server session host ?[/quote] You apply the GPO to the VM that has the GPU attached. You can do that either by local policy or if your VM is part of a domain, by a Server in your environment that has Group Policy Management installed. [quote=""]According to this link, my Quadro P4000 card is not compatible with Session Host and does not support DDA, is it possible ?[/quote] The link you provided is for vGPU compatible GPUs, which you aren't using. Your GPU will work in Passthrough / DDA. Regards MG
Hi

said:Do you know another software like Remote Desktop ?

Yes, mentioned above: HDX (Citrix), Blast (VMware), TGX (Mechdyne) or VNC.

VNC is free, try that first. However, why do you need to get to the NVIDIA Control Panel? What is it you're looking to change?

said:where do i apply the gpo? on which server? server session host ?

You apply the GPO to the VM that has the GPU attached. You can do that either by local policy or if your VM is part of a domain, by a Server in your environment that has Group Policy Management installed.

said:According to this link, my Quadro P4000 card is not compatible with Session Host and does not support DDA, is it possible ?

The link you provided is for vGPU compatible GPUs, which you aren't using. Your GPU will work in Passthrough / DDA.

Regards

MG

#4
Posted 08/27/2019 07:51 AM   
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