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RDP onto an XP Pro from a Win7Pro, cannot see part of a window

Posted on 2013-01-09
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I have RDP running on my Win7Pro and am remoted onto an XP Pro.  With that RDP window up on my machine, I see an app I have running on the XP box I am remoted onto, but, the upper area of that app is up in an area I cannot reach and cannot scroll to.  I have had this problem before, but don't remember how to make the upper area grab-able again.
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by:traoher
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change your resolution.  The remote machine must have lower to fit so you won't have to scroll at all.
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l33tf0b earned 500 total points
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using the task bar > select focus on application > alt + space > m to move > use arrow keys to move the window

I wanted to verify that you're not experiencing a resolution issue?  You're able to see everything that you need on the desktop right?
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by:wfcrr
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in RDP settings I have:

Display configuration set to Large and ticked use all my monitors for the remote session and ticked display the connectino bar when I use the full screen
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