[SunRay-Users] Vista & SRC
ijanmaat at xs4all.nl
Sat Jan 6 22:57:55 EET 2007
Thanks for the info.
With 12 MB of Video memory it should just be possible to have 2 monitors
running with 1600x1200 on 24 bits. If uttsc supports a setting of
-g3200x1200 and we use a 2FS we are in business! Or am I wrong?
This is interesting news. I didn't realized the MS RDP client
limitations only apply to the MS RDP client.
I thought it was a protocol limitation. So this is another example of
Sun Ray /SRC superiority over pc based thinclients running Windows OSes.
Interesting marketing stuff ;-).
Thank you very much,
Craig Bender wrote:
> Dual monitor support in RDP6 just means 1 single screen spread across
> multiple heads (i.e. Xinerama). You have to give the RDP 6 client the
> "/span" option from the command line to enable it.
> With Sun Ray you've had this functionality for years (with SRC,
> RDesktop, etc), the only limitation is on the RDP Server side which
> limits you to about 12 MB of Video memory (which is actually four more
> than ICA). Prior the newly release RDP 6.0 client, the MS RDP client
> could only do a maximum of 1600x1200.
> There is no RDP solution that can detect you are running multiple
> monitors and treat each on separately, like a dual headed graphics
> card with local drivers would on a PC.
> Ivar Janmaat wrote:
>> Hello Sangeeta,
>> I can imagine that a lot of the RDP 6.0 features are hard to
>> implement but one feature we would really like is
>> Dual Monitor support. Since the Sun Ray 2 FS has Dual monitor
>> capabilities we would appreciate any effort to put this into the next
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