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Apple Macbook running Windows Remote Desktop Span command

I am using an Apple MacBook with the latest version of Windows RDP. I have two monitors setup on the Windows side (remote) and two monitors on the Apple side (near). The Apple MacBook recognizes the two monitors. But when I connect to the Windows XP computer remotely, I cannot see the second screen.

I know there is a SPAN command for Windows Remote Desktop. How do you add the SPAN command to the REDP residing on the Apple MacBook?
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NetfloCommented:
Short answer is no.

Although you can post your interest here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/mac/forum/macoffice2011-macother/using-rdc-211-to-connect-to-windows-7-with-all-of/5819c666-0a9a-4c3c-a81c-38c1ceaba94c , whereby in future it should get taken into consideration
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arendt73Author Commented:
So it is not possible to view two monitors using MS RDP on an Apple MacBook?
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arendt73Author Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Found answer online.
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NetfloCommented:
Care to share your answer for the benefit of the community, rather than deleting this thread.
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arendt73Author Commented:
Using Windows RDP on an Apple MacBook, while in remote mode, connected to a Windows computer, does NOT allow the ability to view two remote monitors.
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NetfloCommented:
Sorry but doesn't my answer constitute as the solution?
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