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TL;DR: Should be possible. It was possible to detect Windows Remote Session in the past by using media queries to look for the bit depth of the display (which is switched to an odd value by rdp by default, therefore was easy to detect). Just look for "javascript detect windows remote desktop" on google, and select the StackOverflow answer. If the method ...


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There is no API or simple test a website can perform to know if there is a remote desktop involved. So they easy answer is no. But I would guess that your mouse movement and maybe also your typing is slightly different when using a remote desktop, due to lag. In the same way that Google reCAPTCHA uses mouse movement and typing data to differentiate humans ...


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