We are using and RDP file to run an application via Terminal Server on a Windows Server 2008 that uses the command prompt to execute.
We have a short-cut defined in the server's desktop with the font settings (name and size) we would like to use for the command prompt window. If the RDP leads the user to access the server's desktop so they double click in the short-cut, the CMD window obeys the settings (this is standard behaviour).
If we instead have the users activate the remote connection making use of the "start the following program on connection" parameter in the RDP file, the command prompt that automatically runs does not have the settings.
The settings it uses are undesirable. We do not want users having to tinker with properties. Any clue on how to achieve this?