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VMware View Resolution Issues

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When we remote to a vm directly through vSphere I'm able to adjust my screen resolution with out any issues but if we connect to a VM using a Thin Client or directly from my PC using a Horizon View Client I'm having issues.  I can choose a different resolution but as soon as I click apply my mouse starts acting funny & I can't choose Keep Settings or Revert & if I press enter sometime it works but then it reverts back to the highest resolution again.  If I try to change the resolution several times it totally locks up the VM.  We are using PCOIP & the VMs are Windows 7 x64 & View is 5.1.3.

Thanks in Advance!
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I figured out the answer myself we had to set the settings on the HP Thin Clients themselves.
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