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Hello,
I have in RDM dozens of rdp sessions. Is it possible to set the appearance of when I have a session list on the left, and on the right is just one specific session open that I choose? If I choose to log on to all servers after my arrival at work, then there will be no workspace for the active session when I open 70 session with the current display style. I would like to see it as it has a remote desktop manager from Microsoft.


Best regards,
Martin

Clock6 mths

Hello,

Could you post a screenshot illustrating how the RDP sessions are displayed in RDC Manager from Microsoft so that I can see if it's possible to accomplish what you are looking for in RDM.

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock6 mths

Hello,
Can I send you privately video with what I mean?


Best regards,
Martin

Clock6 mths

This style

2019-01-25_12-56-40.png
Clock6 mths

Hello,

Indeed, you can send us a video using a private link.

Please use the link below to send us the video. Please mention that the video is related to this topic.
https://devolutions.sharefile.com/filedrop


Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock6 mths

Hello,
I attach the promised video. Would a similar layout in RDM be possible?

Best regards,

Martin Hrubeš

2019-01-25_19-08-37.mp4
Clock6 mths

What layout do you have in RDM? Do you just want to hide the tabcontrol?

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David Hervieux

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Clock6 mths

Hello,
I use standard layout. The problem is that colleague and I are accustomed to logging in to all of the rdp sessions in the domain at a time, and then the auto hide fuction does not help.

Clock6 mths

Hello,

Please have a look at my screenshot below
2019+01+28+14+28+27

Is this what you are trying to accomplish in RDM?

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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2019-01-28_14-28-27.png
Clock6 mths

Yes, I want this layout.

Best regards,

Martin

Clock6 mths

Hello,

To accomplish this, you would need to do two things:

  • Hide the Dashboard via the View menu
  • Double-click on any tab like View or Tools as example to reduce the ribbon menu

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock6 mths

Hello,
This solution is good if one is logged into one session. My colleague, however, is logged into a 70 session at a time, so it does not solve the problem. The solution is the tabs on the left side of the slide and on the right only the workspace of a specific session.
Best regards,
Martin

Clock6 mths

Hello,

In that case, I would suggest removing the Header and Ribbon panes and only use the Navigation Pane on your left to switch between the sessions.
Here's the shortcut keys to remove the Header and the Ribbon:


Header Pane = SHIFT + ALT + F6
Ribbon Pane = ALT + F11


Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock6 mths

Hello,
this is what I want smile. How can I undock session in this layout mode?

Best regards,
Martin

Clock6 mths

Hello,

Without the Header pane or the Ribbon pane, it would not be possible for you to undock the session.
You would need to bring back one of the two pane and perform the undock via the tab or via the Actions menu.

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock6 mths