|26 Aug 2013||#1|
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Nested Remote Desktop Screen Resolution
OK this might sound weird, but I'm having issues after running remote sessions inside another remote session.
I have a work computer that has dual 1280x1024 monitors, and I remote into this machine from my home computer that has dual 1440x900 via RDP. After I remote in, I start another RDP session within to connect to servers I work on, and those ones get full-screened to 1440x900, which is expected. Thing is, after I get back to my machine physically where it's dual 1280x1024, the full screen setting still remains at 1440x900, so I get scroll bars in Remote Desktop.
Another issue is that I notice the 1152x864 is missing on the resolution slider, it goes from 1024x768 then to 1280x720.
Is there a way I can fix it so that it full screens properly?
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