I have a number of portals to various network folders on my desktop. This arrangement works as expected on a Windows 10 machine and on a Windows 11 machine, both of which only have a single monitor. On a second Windows 11 machine with two monitors, after boot, the Portals are "empty" i.e. they show no icons. If I double-click the desktop (hide the non-existent icons) and then double-click the desktop a second time, the portals will be populated and properly show the icons for the contents of those network folders.
A "regular" FENCE (i.e. not a portal) works fine and, immediately after a boot, shows all icons as expected.
What can I do to avoid having to do the "double-double click" whenever I boot up this machine?