windows 10 – Can I scale (stretch) a Remote Desktop session locally? – Super User.
I would like to have a full-screen remote desktop session. In Windows 10, the local resolution and DPI settings are applied remotely. After sifting thru many articles on the web, there is a simple solution that allows you to ensure that the user’s resolution is always set to. Edit the RDP settings by right clicking the link. Go to the Display tab. Drag the slider off the Full.
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Here are steps to resize the Remote Desktop Window, follow these steps:. Click on » Options «. Click on the » Display » tab. By moving the » Slider » all the way to large, the display settings will automatically set to » Full Screen «. Remote Desktop: Frequently asked questions. Hope this information helps. For any further Windows related assistance, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.
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I just purchased a Surface Pro to allow me to remote in to my work computer. For some reason the remote window is half the size of my screen??
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– Remote desktop window size settings
Window · Automatic: The resolution set under User Interface > Display > Options > Monitor-DPI will be used for the RDP session. · Numeric details: The display. After sifting thru many articles on the web, there is a simple solution that allows you to ensure that the user’s resolution is always set to. If you want to change everything then you can edit or create a new settings profile by going to Tools > Options > General > Default Group.