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I have 4 windows 10 desktop computers w/monitors all in the same room that are NOT in any way networked together.  Now the task is to wirelessly connect 1 extra monitor to each of these computers, in this same room, without any of them interfering with each other. 


Question #1)  Is this possible?  I've played with Microsoft's wireless Adapter but it seems only designed for a single use application.



If I use Microsoft's Wireless Adapter (I assume this uses Miracast) I have to manually go to the computer and choose for it to connect to get the wireless monitor to work.   This is a pain to manually do every time and I see no automated process.  If I bag the wireless and plug in an HDMI cable, the remote monitor automatically comes up.  This is nice, but does not work as I need a wireless application. 


Question #2)   I need  #1's answer to also give me a resolution that will allow an automatic connection with me doing nothing.  Is this possible?






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