RemoteFX on Windows 10 Pro

Start with Windows 10 Professional (64-bit) and add the Hyper-V component.  You can find the Hyper-V Manager in the Administrative Tools folder.

Create a Virtual Machine.  For this test, a Generation 2 Virtual Machine was used with .VHDX virtual Hard Disk.

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In the Hyper-V Settings, click on Physical GPUs and select a GPU from the list.  Enable the checkbox to Use this GPU with RemoteFX.

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For the Virtual Machine settings, Add Hardware and add the RemoteFX 3D Video Adapter.

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You can go up to 1GB GDDR for the VM.

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Launch the VM.  The Device Manger should show Microsoft RemoteFX Grpahics Device – WDDM.

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After doing Windows Updates, this driver version shows up: 10.0.14393.0

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You can check the Graphics Adapter using a Basic Session (Enhanced Session is just a Remote Desktop Connection).
Check to make sure the dedicated video memory is correct as assigned in the Hyper-V Manager.

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DirectX Diagnostics shows some useful information.

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The Display tab shows Direct3D Acceleration enabled!

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GPUz doesn’t show any useful information though.

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We have MapleStory running in VirtualBox with the registry fix, hopefully we can run MapleStory in Hyper-V without any hacks.