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Possible to /span (remote dual screen) desktops within Remote Web Workplace?

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I'm aware of the the /span ability in TSC 6.0.  It works great.  I would like to make this work within Remote Web Workplace.  Is this possible?  I know I can connect via VPN and use RDP but I want users to use the RWW and connect, then be able to utilize remote dual screens.

When I check the "other options", full screen is the top option but it only maximizes one screen, not onto both remote screens.  The remote PC has the updated TSC as well.  I'm thinking there is something I may need to update for RWW?

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Currently RWW doesn't support multi-monitor.  However if you use a VPN connection and then connect via RDP to the desktop you will get multiple monitor support.

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Thanks Jeff, I've gathered this assumption so far as well.  I've setup my few users that want dual screen with VPN and the new RDP client.

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