I miss, really miss, the shutdown and reboot button when using an remote desktop connection.
At least make it optional to have those buttons on an RDP session, it is so awkward to reboot the machine with "shutdown -r -t 0" or having to use "shutdown -s -t 0".
And in case of trying Windows 10 in a local Win 8.1 hyper-V session it behaved the same way, like it is an RDP session 'though it isn't one.
It is good to have "logoff" as default on an RDP session, that should be the standard, but shutdown & reboot are really needed.
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