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Screen resolution problem, Win NT 4 Terminal Server

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We're running NT 4 Terminal Server and have a weird problem come up on one of the workstations.

Terminal Server is set to run at 800x600 by default (the pc's using TS have some old monitors) and our workstations that use TS are set to run at 800x600 so that the TS session runs ful screen. On one Win 95 workstation the TS session only runs at 640x480 and we are unable to change it. I've checked the native resolution for the workstation and it is set correctly to 800x600. This is effecting all users that log into that workstation even though they have roaming profiles which are set to 800x600 and work correctly on other TS workstations!!! I've tested with my profile and the admin one and it is still the same for this one workstation

Any ideas what to try?
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That relates to Win 2003 server.  We're running Win NT 4 Terminal Server.
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Been meaning to post.  The solution was to recreate the TS connection as it had becomne corrupted on that workstation.
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Will I get the points back as I've posted the solution myself?
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