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Remote Desktop Connection minimize / maximize bar

Posted on 2006-07-11
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I have a new computer, and the remote desktop connection always has had a little bar in the middle of the window on previous versions, and it would stay there all the time.  On the new computer there is a little push pin that I must click, or it will disappear, and I have to use the shortcut keys to make hide the remote window.  How can I keep the push pin in all the time without clicking it every time I use remote desktop connection?
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Question by:Tom_Hickerson
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by:GeneralMandible
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When you open Remote Desktop Connection, click on options
Click on Display and set it to full screen

I think this is what your looking for.
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by:simsjrg
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Pushpin Pushed in = Bar will not go away
Pushpin NOT Pushed in = Bar will go away but comes back if you move mouse to the top of the screen

I am not quite following your problem...
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GeneralMandible earned 50 total points
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On that same screen I mentioned, check the box that says "Display the connection bar when in full screen mode"
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by:Tom_Hickerson
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On my previous computer the Pushpin is pushed in by default when the program launches.  Now mine always starts with the pushpin not pushed in.  Is there a way to change this.  
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by:Tom_Hickerson
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GeneralMandible you got it.  That was unchecked.  Thanks!
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