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The RDP GDI Acceleration Extensions document is the closest thing I can find to an official reference, and it makes references to 16-bit RGB values being sent across the wire for things like GDI brushes as being 5/6/5 format (5 bits of red, 6 bits of green, 5 bits of blue). 5/6/5 has always been how Windows has handled 16-bit video modes (at least, in my ...


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OK, so you do know what F5 does in Windows [Explorer], right? It refreshes your view. So that's not a "false error," it's an accurate description of what's happened. The file can't be deleted because it's no longer there. It's no longer there, because someone already deleted it, and your file listing hasn't updated since the delete. As to what's ...


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I have a C# program that does exactly this. I had an issue on Server 2008 R2 where the event log didn't always list the IP addresses of the user (if they connected from the newer Remote Desktop clients). Some services implement their own credential check provider that doesn't provide all of the information you would want. ...


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Your RDP session video resolution is not related to the physical graphics adapter on the terminal server but is more related to the resolution you are running on the workstation initiating the connection. Connecting directly through the Hyper-V console to the guest you will be limited to 1600x1200 resolution but this limit does not apply to an RDP session. ...



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