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Remote web workplace - screen resolutions

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I'm looking for some hints on the best settings for the "host" and remote

screen resolutions when connecting via rww. For instance, on some remote

computers, I cannot open using full screen.

Thanks!

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    • Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for using the SBS newsgroup.

      For your description, I understand that you want to know the screen

      resolution settings when connect remote computer via RWW site. If I am off

      base, please don't hesitate to let me know.

      When we click "Connect to my computer" link to connect to one remote

      computer, it will launch a default.rdp connection configuration file to

      setup the terminal service session. The default.rdp file can specify the

      width of the Remote Desktop screen, the height of the Remote Desktop screen

      and the server you want to connect to.

      The default.rdp file is a hidden file and locates in My Documents folder of

      users. You can find it and right click it to choose Edit item to open

      Remote Desktop Connection page, under "Display" tab, adjust Remote Desktop

      size to Full Screen, and then under "General" tab, click "Save AsX" button

      to save the connection settings to the default location, you should

      override the default.rdp file.

      Please verifying the file and then test the issue again, does issue be

      fixed?

      I am happy to be assistance of you and look forward to your reply!

      Have a nice day!

      Sincerely,

      Jenny Wu

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      >I'm looking for some hints on the best settings for the "host" and remote

      >screen resolutions when connecting via rww. For instance, on some remote

      >computers, I cannot open using full screen.

      >Thanks!

      >

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