Windows 7, screen sizes

Posted on 2012-08-16
Last Modified: 2012-08-17
I installed Windows 7 on two different server, on the same machine type.

I Temote Desktop into both machine, but the first machine has a much wider display than the second machine.

What setting do I modify to give me a wider or larger screen when I Remote Desktop into my machine
Question by:Los Angeles1
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    Assisted Solution

    your RDP settings may be different each time. you can adjust the screen size before you remote in. (Start->run-> MSTSC. then expand options, and go to "Display".
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    Accepted Solution

    On Display tab under Display configuration select to Full screen ( Drag the slider to Large), when to connect to the System it will open in full screen.

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