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Unable to change server 2012 R2 DPI through RDP

My understanding with Server 2012 R2, is that if the client is using the RDP 8.1 client, and log onto server 2012 R2 using remote desktop, the DPI settings are set to match the clients DPI settings. ...
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Change DPI of one user using W2K3 Remote Desktop / Terminal Server

In short: How do I increase the DPI of some (not all) of our customers connected to our RDP server? We are running a W2K3 Terminal Server that our clients connect to to run our application. One of ...
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How can I make Microsoft Management Console high-DPI aware in Windows 8.1?

Since Windows 8.1 doesn't allow system-wide "Windows XP style" high DPI support, how can I make the Microsoft Management Console apps (mmc.exe) high-DPI aware? There is no "Troubleshoot compatibility" ...
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Suggestions on how to capture network connections/traffic for determining browser/SSL versions?

Note that I posted this Q to the StackExchange InfoSec site, but its not as populated as ServerFault and this is more on the technical side of network collection for web services. I've started ...
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Can a custom DPI setting be applied to Remote Desktop sessions?

Can a custom DPI setting be applied to Remote Desktop sessions? When you try to change the DPI from a Remote Desktop session, you get a message that display settings can't be changed from a remote ...
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Legacy non-dpi-aware application resolution scaling?

Our environment prominently featuers an outdated but absolutely mission-critical Win32 application that is not dpi-aware. It is optimized for an 800x600 display. Most of our users now have 17"-20" ...
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Deploying Windows 7 using WDS - Some applications seem to be stuck at 125% dpi settings

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 ...