Controlling sessions on Dual Monitors

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    Avatarcrobinson88
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    I have several v10L WTOS systems that connect to both ICA and RDP sessions at the same time. I need to force the sessions to be constrained to one physical screen but not be a windowed session in order to use or view the hosted application. Currently I have both sessions setup seamless but I need to run them side by side. Any help you can give would be appreciated.

    WNOS.ini:
    Signon=0
    AutoLoad=2
    ClearLicense=yes
    ScreenSaver=0 Type=0
    RootPath=wyse
    DefaultUser=guest
    Desktop=paulohelp.bmp
    NoReducer=Yes
    Dualhead=yes
    SessionConfig=all

    connect=ica
    description= “Desktop”
    icon= citrix.bmp
    Browserip=”______01;__06; ”
    application=”Desktop”
    FullScreen=No
    Mapdisks=Yes
    Mapdisksunderz=no
    NoReducer=Yes
    LowBand=yes

    connect=rdp
    description=”***** RDP”
    host=*.*.*.*
    icon=noname.ico
    username=”****”
    command=view.exe
    directory=”c:program fileswonderwareintouch”
    FullScreen=no
    colors=64k
    resolution=1280×1024

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Hi,

    this is currently not possible.

    CG

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    Avatarcrobinson88
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    Thank you for the answer on this. Since I can’t force a seamless session to a screen. Is there a way to remove the titlebar from a windowed session to maximize the screen space used by the session?

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    Avatarthinkthin
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    Hi,

    Yes, you can hide the bar, check the wnos parameters guide for the settings. When I have done this in the past the trick is to set the resolution to the same as the monitor – i.e. if the monitor is 1280x 1024 publish the app or desktop at the resolution. It will fill “Most” of the screen,

    Cheers,
    -TT

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