My office has a Windows 7 pro computer named "MaryDoeCEO" which is attached to an sbs2003 server named "Server01". (Yes, I already know sbs2003 is unsupported, but the boss likes it.)
Mary wants to access her office computer from home. MaryHome and MaryDoeCEO both have desktops extended over dual 1440 x 900 monitors. Both have windows 7 pro.
When MaryHome connects using RWW, a virtual window into MaryDoeCEO appears on MaryHome monitor, but RWW only allows a few resolutions and none matches my desire which is 2880 by 900 which is wide enough to show both of the MaryDoeCEO screens,
If I use the following MSTSC command from JohnSmithAgent at the office, I get EXACTLY what I want.
mstsc /v:MaryDoeCEO /w:2800 /h:900
But, I cannot figure out how to do the same thing at home.
The solution does NOT have to use Remote Web Workplace. I have read that it is possible to skip RWW and use Remote Desktop through the firewall, but I worry about security issues. Plus it appears I would need to buy an SSL Certificate which seems fairly complicated. Nonetheless, I would be willing to try that solution if someone can point me to DETAILED instructions.
I have already done a fair amount of research using Google, and reviewed about 50 pages of suggestions. I am still stumped. So please, don't respond to this question unless you have great confidence that you know how to solve the problem. For instance, don't just say "try gotomypc".