Adjust the RDP resolution to the browser’s resolution

Have you ever wonder how to change screen resolution in your Remote Desktop session? We’ve now added a new feature to our Thinfinity Remote Desktop, called “Update session resolution on resize”.
This new feature automatically adjusts the RDP screen resolution to the browser’s resolution, without needing to “refresh” the browser for the new screen resolution to be applied.

Adjust the RDP resolution to the browser’s resolution

This new option uses the “Dynamic Resolution Update”, and is only available for Windows editions that are running RDP 8.1 ( Windows Server 2012 or newer, Windows 8.1/10 ).
To enable this new feature, edit your existing “Access Profiles”, navigate to the “Display” tab, and check the “Update Session resolution on resize”, as shown below:

Adjust the RDP resolution to the browser’s resolution

New “Access Profiles” created after the update will enable this option by default.
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Comments (1)

Nice! Do we need to manually install an update, and is there a way to modify all profiles in bulk (script)? Thanks!

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