|22 May 2012||#1|
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(automated) re-set to the recommended screen resolution
Every now and then I have to set or re-set the screen resolution of a variety of PCs to its recommended resolution.
Is there a line command or a script that I can run to achieve that? Maybe even from remote... and scheduled? (I know how to set a scheduled task)
I would like to avoid the manual interaction, so this is not an option.... nor is 'NirCmd' or 'Display Changer' as I don't want to set it to a specific resolution but to the RECOMMENDED one.
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