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  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Connection 7 for Windows 7, Windows XP & Windows Vista

    Introduction Now that we have released Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2 to manufacturing, we wanted to share our plans to make the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 7.0 client available to Windows XP and Windows Vista. RDC 7 will ensure that when connecting to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Using Multiple Monitors in Remote Desktop Session

    Introduction: Multiple monitor support for Remote Desktop Services allows users to open a Remote Desktop connection expanded across all the monitors on the client computer regardless of the client monitor configuration. With this feature, the user can fully utilize all the monitors connected to the client...
  • Blog Post: WinHEC 2008: Remote Desktop Services and Calista

    Hi, Tad Brockway here. I am a Product Unit Manager on the Windows Server team. My team is focused on rich media remoting technologies for the new Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server which we announced last week at ITForum EMEA in Barcelona. I just returned from WinHEC 2008 in Los Angeles...
  • Blog Post: Using Terminal Services RemoteApp™ programs on multi-monitor client computers

    One of the new feature additions to Terminal Services RemoteApp (TS RemoteApp) in Windows Server® Code Name "Longhorn" Beta 3 is multi-monitor support - the ability for a remote program to be dragged between primary and secondary monitors, to be maximized on any monitor and have it stick correctly to...
  • Blog Post: Multi Monitor support in the Vista TS Client.

    One of the new features of the Terminal Server/Remote Desktop Client in Windows Vista is the support for multiple monitors. If the machine running the TS-Client has a multi-monitor configuration that creates one logical rectangle, then the TS-Client can span over all the monitors, creating one virtual...
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