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Hi there, i connect to a local computer from my windows mobile phone using remote desktop. When i want to end the session i run the

tscon 0 /dest:console

command to auto log back in on the host computer. My problem is that the resolution on my phone is considerably less and any programs i have running have now been resized. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to automatically have my windows or applications maximize when i log back in as i runs automated scripts one said programs without me being physically at the computer.

Any help would be much appreciated



Edited by jc0r, 17 October 2009 - 09:38 AM.

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when you login via rdp from a computer, you can edit that rdp session to change the display size and color support.
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