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Hi Experts,

I am trying to use Windows 2000 server remote desktop client. It works fine except that I cannot maximize it to full screen size.
Anybody knows how to accomplish that ?

Thanks.
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When you open the RDC application you should get a window that asks for the name or ip of the server that you want to connect to.  In the lower right corner there is an item called 'options'.  Click on this button and then select the display tab.  From here there is a slide bar under the Remote Desktop Size section.  Slide this bar all the way to the right for Full desktop.

Let me know if this doesn't help
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