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Windows 2008 R2 server Display font size?

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Dear Sir,


We have windows 2008 R2 server std. and Exch-2010 installed on server is working .
But the issue is suddenly my server display is not showing proper font size as per standard .
We don't know what exactly happened on server.

Because of this we can't take any remote session on server.
Here we attached the images file.

Kindly suggest on the same.
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Here we attached the images file -> Where?
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by:techgyan
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Dear sir,


i will attached error file plz check
Exchange-Display.jpg
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nice sir thanks
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