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Possible Resolution issue with Terminal Server 2000

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I have a user that is currently accessing several applications through terminal server 2000 . I have just installed a 22" widescreen monitor and a new video card to support 1600x1050 resolution. The issue is now the TS windows adn programs all appear to have particles within them that do not go away. I cannot seem to find a fix or anything that is helpful on how to resolve this problem
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On the RDP.. ie run mstsc from start-> run click on options then the display option. I believe Win2000 is limited to 256 colours though.
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Yeah I have try to edit the session and it has true color 24 bit and I am thinking now that it may be the video card and it may not be able to keep up with the high resolution. Since I have posted this it is affecting other applications.
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