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Any way to change font size/DPI per user or session - Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition (not R2)

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Running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition (not R2) terminal servers.  We just upgraded several office PC's and the video cards support really high resolution.  When the users connect to the terminal servers, they get sessions in this same high resolution.  Some users are adjusting to these smaller, sharper fonts.  Others are really having trouble with the size.  The Adjust Font Size (DPI) option is system wide.  Is there any way even through scripting to adjust to higher DPI Font Size just for certain users when they connect?
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no the dpi seting is system wide in remote desktop
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