Same issue here and it had nothing to do with remote desktop. I was doing a conference presentation and using an ancient hotel-supplied projector under an extended desktop. I had the config all set up, closed my laptop to sleep it, and unhooked the external video for the presenters ahead of me. When it was my shot, I hooked up and reopened the laptop. As it did its wake-up resolution-setting settling down, the Fences desktop went insane showing giant fences on the laptop display (3300x1800) consistent with the projector (1024x768), moving things around, all the icons jumping out of fences, no response or wrong response to desktop mouse clicks, etc.
Once in this state, the laptop screen went blank, the screen came back, the disk whirs, the screen goes blank, etc. cycling round and round until it finally does, as described, disables itself with a popup dialog to that effect.
I have completely uninstalled, rebooted, and reinstalled with no help. The old screwed up desktop 'snapshot' is still on the machine -- I can't find it in the file system looking in either the Program Files or AppData branches of the file system, so it might/must be in the registry -- so the new install is just as screwed up as it was before uninstalling.
I will grab the diagnostic utility and submit a crash report as suggested.
-: Jim :-