I have an unusual question. I run a Windows 2008R2 "server" system on dual-display. The secondary monitor is devoted to an application ("Blue Iris") that displays security cameras on it. The main monitor is on a KVM, so that the monitor is switched to my laptop and/or my regular desktop systems. I am not switched to the "server" very often, as it isn't my work system, but serves media, my home security systems, my email, web, etc, etc. So, it eventually locks the displays (awaiting password to re-activate). This, of course, means that the secondary monitor goes blank and I can no longer see the security cameras. As I want to continue to see the cameras even after the server hits its "lock" state, I only know of two options: (1) remove the timeout on the server so that it never goes to the lock state; (2) keep switching to the server to press a key to keep it alive. Neither is attractive nor practical. Is there a way to keep the secondary monitor active even when the server "locks"? I don't need to be able to use mouse or keyboard until unlocking it, but I want to continue to see the monitor's contents. Thanks!!!