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I am controlling many Remote Desktops from a single workstation.
I find it tedious to minimize RDC Window 1 and Maximize RDC Window 2 to switch between them every time. Is there an easier way to switch between full screen RDC's ?

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I have found that using the remote desktop connection manager is the way to go.

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This tool is very Handy. Thank you ! – Mika Jacobi Jun 14 '12 at 13:11
However, I have some trouble on Full Screen with mutliple monitors. It does not seem to be able to adapt the client area to the available space on the screen, and it does not use all the available monitors as in native full screen mode – Mika Jacobi Jun 14 '12 at 13:18
If you need to I think you can right click on the server and undock it and move it to the second monitor and have the others still within the manager. Also each server has properties that are either inherit or not. Lots can be done with it but it definitely is quite helpful for me with 90+ servers and virtual servers. – Phillip R. Jun 14 '12 at 17:36
Sure. But What I need is to span one RDC through all my monitors in full screen, as if it was my main workstation actually (which is the default behavior when I open a simple mstc – Mika Jacobi Jun 15 '12 at 12:13

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