Windows different scaling per dock/undocked

A customer wants different scaling when the computer is in docking station, aswell as when he is undocked.

Does this actually work? I tried googling around, but I can't find any direct solution to it.

He wants Windows to automatically change size of all items to 125, when he undocks, and back to 100 % when he docks.

Any ideas if this is doable? (Windows 8.1)
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
As far as I know., NO.  The dock is stupid and just provides connections to the ThinkPad - nothing more.
There will be an easy way scripted.
The plan: undocking creates an eventlog entry. Attach a scheduled task to it that starts a command to change the scaling.
So the problem reduces to: what command can do that? Solution:
Oh no... this would have been a link to a question and answer site... if I link it, I'll get a whipping - the forum rules, you know.
That's why I ask you to simply google it, because I see no way to reproduce the contents but to copy them and that might be prohibited on ee as well, who knows.
☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Is this to use a different display when docked?
If so Win 8.1 already allows you to set DPI settings per display so that you have 125% on the laptop all the time but 100% if viewed on to the docking station monitor.  The settings for both displays are set irrespective of docking state though.  Does that help?
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MASQ, with all respect to Microsoft's improvements in this sector (see )
we have to add "in theory this should work".
Too many funny issues are caused by this new per-display-scaling that many prefer to turn it off.

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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
^^ Apparently so :)
What are you gonna do now, found the script I was talking about?
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