I've been using Windows Deployment Server to deploy Windows 7 (64 bit) images and it works very well. However sometimes the deployed installation seem to default to 125% (medium) dpi settings (monitors are generally are 1920 x 1200) which I do not want and change back to 100% (smaller) settings. I do log off as required and the 100% setting correctly takes effect. However, some applications (notably seem to be 32 bit apps) still seem to run at 125% resolution even though Windows and most applications are running at the 100% setting.
Note that some of the machines do not suffer from this problem and the affected applications are fine for these ones. I have not been able to work out what is different about these machines.
I'm not even sure that this is related to Windows Deployment Server. I think it is do with Win 7 defaulting to 125% initially and somehow this gets stuck for some applications.
What I would like to know is how can I stop this from happening and correct the existing affected machines. The affected applications do not behave very well under the high DPI settings (layout problems and truncated text).
Strangely I can't find any reports of others affected by this issue (is it just me?)