When using the standard Windows remote desktop client in Full Screen to connect to a large remote desktop, the result is usually that the remote desktop is resized to a smaller size matching the local display. Are there any RDP clients that in Full Screen instead leave the remote desktop at its original size and pan this larger area when the mouse reaches the border edges of the local display?
EDIT: As commented by Sam Cogan I should clarify that I am thinking about client OS:s and the console session, ie an existing login session whose desktop size matches the screen resolution on the remote computer. It is possible to connect to a remote console session without resizing its desktop size using the standard RDP client displayed as a normal window, but not in full-screen mode. Full-screen mode has a number of advantages, and f ex Linux does desktop panning in a very convenient way, so I'm hoping there is something similar for RDP. Also, this MSDN entry suggests there may even be built-in support for it.