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MSTSC height limitations

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Hello,

I am writing a script which remotely opens a rdc connection on another machine using psexec and mstsc.

There seems to be a limitation on the height in which the rdc opens. It seems that no matter what i put in as the '/h:<height>' parameter, it does not go higher than about 75% of the screen height.

The machine in which the rdc is running is Windows 7.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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What happens when you choose full-screen mode (/f) ?


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What happens when you choose full-screen mode (/f) ?

It does work in /f mode...i want it to be only in full height (full height of the screen) and the width at about 20% of the screen.

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Start MSTSC.exe configure a connection and save the connection. This file can be opened by notepad, see the values

Start you program and create a connection.rdp before starting MSTSC.exe

start MSTSC.exe connection.rdp

MSTSC /? for more information


Best regards,Emiel Wieldraaijer

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Start MSTSC.exe configure a connection and save the connection. This file can be opened by notepad, see the values

Start you program and create a connection.rdp before starting MSTSC.exe

start MSTSC.exe connection.rdp

MSTSC /? for more information

I have done all that and tried changing the displayheight property. It acts very strangely. It seems to only go up to a certain maximum height.

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Thnx for reporting back, no i better understand the problem you had..


Best regards,Emiel Wieldraaijer

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Thnx for reporting back, no i better understand the problem you had..

I might have to re-open this thread...the problem i now have is how to manage winposstr:s: into mstsc.

I can't seem to find the switch to control this.

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