I manage 18 servers from home, so I use remote desktop, a lot. At any given time, I might have 5 or 6 different RDP windows open. I have three displays on my main PC, and they run at 1920 x 1600. All of the RDP windows are are resolutions less than this, so if they are maximized, they do not fill the screen.
I recently loaded Windows 7 Enterprise on my main PC. Just as with Vista, whenever I open an RDP session, the window opens in the upper left corner of one of my screens. But, when I drag the window to a new location (different place in the window, or a different screen altogether) the window reduces in size by about half, now appearing with scroll bars at the side and bottom. So, I then have to manually drag the corner of the RDP window back to full size. If I move the window again, it shrinks it again, and maximizing it moves it back to the upper left corner again!
I know this is a pretty trivial problem in the grand scheme of things, but it's plenty annoying. Does anyone know how (or even if) this can be changed? Thanks