Battlestion that transforms to 3x productivity with MultiPoint

Has anyone build a multi-screen battlestation that transforms to several separate user terminals using Windows Multipoint Services?

 

Imagine a single high-end workstation CPU with 3 screens. With a software reconfiguration and turning 2 screens, you now have 3 screens, keyboards, and mice plugged into one CPU.

 

Microsoft has integrated Multipoint Services into Windows 10. You can add it like any other Windows feature. (I see It on Windows 10.) It allows you (when using direct connections) to connect several users to one PC, each with their own keyboard, mouse, and monitor.

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  • Andrew Allen I've never configured a workstation for this purpose.  I've configured many workstations with 4 + Screens for gaming/editing/cad.  I've also virtualized workstations to have 4 + Virtual Machines on them.  You should post the results if you trying using Windows Multipoint Services.

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