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Terminal Server 2008 Resolution issues

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hi

we have a custom developed application that runs on a Windows Server 2008 terminal server.

we are having issues with the resolution , the machine is fine but as soon as you open the application some icons and buttons are missing due to the resolution of the screen.

how can i make the resolution better without having to scroll to the sides on remote desktop ?

check attached file.
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First, there isn't an attached file.  I assume you intended to include a screen shot?

When you remote desktop to the terminal server, do you have window space on the local machine for a larger window?  If so, you should probably be able to configure the Remote Desktop application on the local machine.  Before connecting, select 'Options', then the Display tab.  Configure your remote desktop for a 'Larger' display configuration.
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