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Does RDP 7.0 on XP support Dual Monitor with Microsoft VDI?

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Does RDP 7.0 on XP support Dual Monitor with Microsoft VDI, Win 2008 R2 SP1 HyperV.
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Yes with some limitations

Limitations:
Equal resolution monitors
Total resolution of all monitors not exceeding 4096 x 2048
Top-left monitor being the primary

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