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Transmit Monitor Screen without using Software [closed]

Is there anyway I can share my monitor screen to another monitor without any application/process running on my computer and only by using hardware/cables ,etc. I do not want to have 2 monitors ...
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Adjusting a VM screen size in Hyper-V

I am using Windows Server 2012 Datacenter. I have installed several virtual machines via Hyper-V and all is good, I moved a VM from another Server 2012 Datacenter over to my server. The VM starts ...
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Windows Server 2012 R2 - Out of range signal

I have recently bought Windows Server 2012 Essentials R2, I booted from DVD, it has loaded the files and I get the Windows logo and the loading circle. Then my monitor states the message: Out of ...
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Add multi monitor option to remote desktop web access

I have a test environment for a remote desktop farm with a connection broker load balancing logins across remote desktop session host servers. All servers are built on Server 2012 R2. Using rd web ...
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Change screen resolution of Xenserver Console for a CentOS VM

I need to increase screen resolution to 1024x800 for all my XEN console. I tried to place "vga=791" at the end of kernel line the file /boot/grub/grub.conf but it seems that most of the boots ...
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How to re-enable 640x480 resolution for special purpose display on Server 2008r2?

The lowest resolution that Windows Server 2008r2 allows through the screen properties dialog is 800x600. I have a special secondary display that needs to run at 640x480. This has previously been ...
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1920x1200 or 1920x1080 full screen resolution when connecting to hyper-v virtual machine (WinXP) via teamviewer (not RDP)? [closed]

I have a WinXP hyper-v virtual machine running on a Windows Server 2008 R2 somewhere in a datacenter. I do some remote development on this machine and I would like to do so using the complete screen ...
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Where/when does a (Debian) Linux system change the console display mode?

I'm installing Debian Wheezy (7.0rc1) on a box of mine. For reasons I won't go into here, I don't want the framebuffer to be used for the console display during boot (nor afterwards). To avoid this, I ...
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MDT-Imaged systems default to 1280x1024 when monitor not connected

I have setup an MDT Deployment Share at work that we use to image our Windows 7 workstations. We are using HP Compaq Elite ultra-slim desktops (primarily the 8000, 8200 & 8300 models). ...
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Windows Server 2008 User Screen Resolution

There are many users that log onto our server (Windows Server 2008 R1) remotely. There is one user in particular that is having trouble seeing her screen due to the resolution set on the server side. ...
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Fedora Linux VM guest: How to change screen resolution [closed]

I'm running Fedora Linux 16 as guest system, inside a Windows/VirtualBox host. After install the provided add-ons, only 1024x768 screen resolution displays properly; when I try to increase it, I ...
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GPO/Script setting screen Resolution to all domain

Hi I have a closed domain that I can not add any new utility/software and I would like to set the same resolution to all the computers but have found there no good way using GPO is there a another ...
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Can screen resolution be set in Active Directory Domain Group Policy?

Is there anywhere that screen resolution can be set for the users at the domain group policy level?
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32-bit color with XenServer

How can I get my guest VMs running with XenServer to have 32 bit color depth? The computer I'm on is at 32-bit. I RDP into a VM which is running XenCenter. I can't switch its color depth away from ...
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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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What is the most popular resolution in use in your company?

What is the most popular resolution in use in your company? Our is 1440 x 900 (15" widescreen). Is anyone using 1024x768 or less anymore? I'm sure there odd machines here and there but I'd have ...
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Increasing resolution in FreeNX headless server

I'm running a FreeNX server on headless CentOS machine, and the resolution seems to be locked on 800 x 600. I tried editing the xorg.conf file, but without success so far. Has anyone succeed of ...
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Easiest way to find the screen resolution of all machines on a windows network?

I'd rather not run round checking each machine individually, is there some server-side software I can use? It's a mixed linux/windows network (clients and servers) but I'm only interested in the ...
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Configure X server for a huge resolution (9000x4000)

I have to setup an X server on a linux station that can export its display (the whole session + gnome) to an external display which has a huge resolution (it's a wall of screens). The resolution is ...
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Get screen resolution from site visitors

Is there any way to capture the screen resolution of site visitors through server logs? Or do I need to track the visitor information through some programmatic approach?
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Change resolution by console

I changed my ubuntu screen-resolution and now it's everything black and I can't change it againd to the old resolution. What do I do? Thank you.
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Ubuntu Login Screen Resolution is Off

I have Ubuntu 9.04 installed in VMWare 6.52. When I login to the machine, the login screen has a strange resolution problem. Here's an example screen shot of the issue: (ugh, cant get image shack ...
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Screen Resolution Offset and Login Box cut off in Ubuntu 9.04 in VMWare 6.52

After rebooting my fairly freshly installed Ubuntu Desktop 9.04 vmware image today, the desktop comes up with the screen offset (approximately) 50 pixels to the left. So the left-most 50 pixels on the ...
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Hyper-V VM Resolution Issue

I created a Hyper-V VM on my Windows Server 2008 Standard machine. On The VM I loaded Windows XP Home with SP3 from the MSDN ISO. Everything works perfectly until I attempt to change the VM ...
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How to limit screen resolution in xorg 1.5?

I have a NFS server and a bunch of diskless clients booting from that server using TFTP. They have a read-only root partition mount from the server, and read-write /home mount from the server. ...
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Windows XP: prevent users from changing screen resolution?

I know that there has to be a way to do this, I just haven't found it yet... How can I prevent non-administrator users from changing the screen resolution? Is there a way with Group Policy? Is ...
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Fullscreen apps on linux multi monitor setups

Whats the best / easiest way to prevent full screen apps in linux from spanning all monitors. In windows a full screen app will only take over 1 monitor. I'm using the Nvidia drivers with Twinview
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Possible to Change Screen Resolution with Script?

We've got a workstation with four monitors that is shared by multiple users. Depending on the user, the screen resolution of all four monitors needs to be changed. I'm looking for a way to ...