Friday 26 June 2009

Windows 7 – Remote Desktop Multi-Monitor Goodness

The TS Gateway service allows us direct access to our desktops.

The new RDP version allows us to /mulitmon to use the two monitors we have connected to this workstation on the remote desktop:


Here is a list of the new RDP version’s command line switches:


Just remember that the TS Gateway service does allow for direct connections to any TS enabled system inside the SBS network. As a result, it would be a good idea to look at AuthAnvil by Scorpion Software to provide another level of authentication protection.

Philip Elder
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

*All Mac on SBS posts will not be written on a Mac until we replace our now missing iMac! (previous blog post)

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

sadly it seems i can no longer have my remote session full screen on my second monitor.
I am forced to have it in a window on my second monitor for some reason which kinds sucks to be honest