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Hi,

I have a new client that uses TS, The users are saying they used to be able to change there display settings, and now they say they are unable to. Is there a way to allow users to change settings???

The enviroment is SBS 08 (cant recall if R2) and Server 08 for the TS.....

Thanks

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Felix Leven earned 2000 total points
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Maybe they changes the solution in the RDP Client? You can't change the RES in your remote session, but you can configure it before you login.

have you changed or deleted the shortcuts they had before? RES for the session can be configured and saved as a link.
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I will check it out.... thanks for the quick response. How do I save it as a link?
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mstsc.exe -> options -> save as

you can load the old .rdp files here and take a look at them
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Can you tell me where I can fint the .rdp file? Is there one for each user?
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No, no there could be a file. just open mststc.exe configure all settings like servername, resolution and save it to the desktop of the user (or place it in a share on the network for all users).
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Configured at client then it changed for Remote session. Thanks
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