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Terminal Server 2003 - Can I make TSweb automatic fullscreen?

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Thanks all.  I'm sure someone can confirm this or deny this?

Tsweb always asks for a resolution and comes out in a box.  Is it possible to fullscreen immediately?

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edit connect.asp

set MsTsc.SecuredSettings.FullScreen = "1")
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Also set
MsTsc.DesktopHeight=screen.height and
MsTsc.DesktopWidth=screen.width
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beautiful
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Where is connect.asp? Cannot find it?

im using http://server/tsweb/default.htm?Server=server&AutoConnect=1&FullScreen=1

and it works - only problem is when i exit, it comes back to the old site with the connect button. i just want it to close completely

sorry for being a pain :) the points are already yours

thanks
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default.htm is all i see
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