How to use the Microsoft RDP ActiveX with span or multimon options ?
Since windows Vista, the Microsoft RDP support a /span option that allows to do remote desktop on multiple monitor. In windows 7 and Server 2008, another option are availble to support /multimon which allows even more complex layout. I checked the help you provided about the available parameters and the only one ou provide are these :
geometry - the size of the client screen, WxH. To start the applet in FullScreen mode use this paramter depending on your screen size , for eg: 'geometry=1024x768'.
bpp - bits per pixel, 8|16|24|32
domain - logon domain
username - username for logon
password - password for logon. Use with care - this value is used at the client side, and can be observed.
RedirectDrives - set to true to map remote drives locally
RedirectPrinters - set to true to map remote printers locally
FullScreen - set to true to start in FullScreen mode
Is it possible to know if more hidden parameter can be used to do remote desktop like the "mstsc /span" command line ?
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