Switching remote desktop between full-screen and window

Posted on 2007-10-04
Last Modified: 2013-11-21
How can one change between remote desktop being displayed in a window and full screen mode?
Question by:luefher
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    Accepted Solution

    If it is Microsoft's remote desktop, then it is "ctrl + alt + end".
    Here is a website where you can see all the shortcuts for Microsoft remote desktop:

    Author Comment

    It's a Lenovo Z61p laptop, got no Break, but experimenting showed Ctrl+Alt+Pause does it :)

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