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SonicWall SSL-VPN connection for RDP session to terminals Server - Unable to minimise RDP session

Posted on 2013-02-05
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user are having to now use SonicWall SSL-VPN connection then click on a bookmark to RDP to a 2008 windows terminal server.

Once connected users are unable to see the bar at top of screen (it disappears after a short while) to minimise their RDP session and use computers locally when out on remote sites.

Tried changing screen size etc on SonicWall Bookmark properties but no good.

Is there a CTRL key function to minimise the RDP session when going through a SonicWall SSL-VPN https session.

Cheers

Matt
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Hi Matt,
you should be able to work round this by using the CTRL+ALT+BREAK hotkey function to toggle between full-screen RDP and windowed.
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