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Hyper V Virtual Machine on Windows 8.1 - Full screen mode

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Hi Guys,

I have created a couple of virtual images In hyper V Manager on Windows 8.1. Is there a way I can run these machines in full screen mode. That is I don't have to scroll up and down to see the whole desktop of my virtual machine. I have tried a few different resolutions but it doesn't appear to help.
Any ideas would be appreciated

Thanks

Gavin
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If they support RDP you could always run a session. its how i get full screen on my VM's
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