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I have built an app using the ActiveX object for RDP. My question is this, I have a client that uses 2 monitors and currently this implementation does not take advantage of that. Looking on Microsoft's webpage, there is a control under NonScriptable5 UseMultimon that should do this, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to get my object to access it. I have tried numerous varitions of:

; ====== Initilize RDP =====
$oRDP = ObjCreate("MsTscAx.MsTscAx.2")
 $oRDP_Ctrl = GUICtrlCreateObj($oRDP, 50, 44, 400, 100)
;================================ There is more code here specific to username, server connecting to etc etc

$oRDP.NonScriptable5.UseMultimon = True

$oRDP.NonScriptable.UseMultimon = True

$oRDP.NonScriptable6.UseMultimon = True

$oRDP.UseMultimon = True


Nothing seems to work. If I create an RDP file on the desktop and set the use multimon to 1, it works, but obviously I don't want to do this.

Thank you for any insight into this. (I hope the NonScriptable portion in the name does not mean that these are not accessible via AutoIT!)

Edited by quantum900
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Moved to the appropriate forum, as the Developer General Discussion forum very clearly states:


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