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Remote Desktop Connection - Set Screen Size

Posted on 2004-09-29
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I use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to user's PCs to resolve problems.  I wanted to find out how you can control the screen size of the PC you are connected to.  I have a hard time, I have to constantly scroll right or scroll left or top/bottom to be able to get around.  Is there an option or some way you can set the screen size.  msyed1.  
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remote desktop connection -> under options -> display
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Download the latest msrdpcli.exe client from MS and use full screen mode on any res.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=80111f21-d48d-426e-96c2-08aa2bd23a49&displaylang=en

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