I've had similar situations but for me it's usually at initial remote login. My work-around is to login and then when the remote screen goes blank, I close the remote session. Then open it again. It asks for local credentials again, but it usually shows the desktop the second time.
I don't know, but wonder if the "grant easy access" option in the TV client would prevent this.
I've also had situations where the remote screen does not show the login or password field... but I've managed to key the correct sequence blindly and it logs in and then shows the remote screen.
Yes, this is a known issue with Macs currently. Undortunately, we are still fixing this issue. Until the fix has been released, you will need to turn off the lock screen on the device. The developers are working for a resolution to this information so hopefully it will be sooner than later.
That’s a major issue for me, as I support hundreds of Macs at many different locations remotely. But at least I now know it’s a known issue.
Do we need to set the “lock screen" setting on the remote side for every machine? If so, how? Or is that just the single setting on my end under Actions> Lock Computer> Lock on Session End?