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How do I save vmware screen settings for dual monitor

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I have a user that has dual monitor, and she works off a vmware thinclient. whenever she logs in the screen settings for the 2nd monitor default to a wrong setting. is there a way for it to save the screen size she wants so she doesnt have to keep changing it everyday?
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Could you give us some more details, as to what

1. thin client made and model
2. Method of connection, RDP
3. Is this VMware View PCoIP
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by:ITDU
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its a wyse p20, PCoIP model number: D200 using VMware view
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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How have you got the desktop pool configured?

What does it default to?
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The model is a d200, running PCOIP and the default is set to PCOIP.  The pool is all persistant desktops each desktop is a pool(manual vm's)
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