How To Remove/Auto Hide Remote Desktop's Top Bar?

I have a small PDA running Windows CE version 5. When I connect to my PC via Remote Desktop connection. There is small bar at the top of the Remote Desktop windows that has (_,¡, X) (Min, Max, Close) Is there anyway to get rid of that? In Windows XP's Remote Desktop, that bar is on auto hide by default and only pops out when you get close.

Any ideas?

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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
On the RDP client, select OPTIONS, DISPLAY and unckeck the "display connection bar" option
calbackupAuthor Commented:

When I goto Options, I only have a General tab at the top, I dont have one for Display.

Under the General tab there are 2 sections: Logon Settings and Connection Settings. Under Logon Settings there are: Computer, Username, Password, and Domain. Under Connection Settings there are: Save As and Open.

Any other ideas?
calbackupAuthor Commented:
Anybody have any suggestions?
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See if the further suggestions here will help.  You may be able to use johnb6767's last comment >

Remote desktop client Ver 6.0 connection bar autohide:

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calbackupAuthor Commented:
Please remember this is for Windows CE not Windows XP.
calbackupAuthor Commented:
The EXE file that Terminal Services Runs is CETSC.exe
calbackupAuthor Commented:

That post you sent me didnt exactly answer my question, but it pointed me in the right direction and I got it resolved. Thank you.
After my earlier confusion (not used to seeing CE! ), that's good.     Thank you.
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