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dinu99
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"Dual monitor Expand" not working for t5740 with WES 2009,

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we are doing the following procedure for configuring all of our dual monitor TC's for years.

 

1. flash the tC, customize it to our needs.

2. join it to domain

3. login with Admin Creds, Change Default Display Settings: Display Properties--> settings tab --> "Extend my windows desktop on to second monitor" --> Apply

4. commit EWF, log off

5. Now, Login as any domain user to get the desktop in extended mode.
 works fine for t5630 (xpe sp3) & t5630w(WES 2009) & t5740 xpe 2002

 

BUT it fails with t5740 with WES 2009

the above settings are reflecting only   to Admin account, any other domain/local user are getting single monitor enabled.

 

can we write any script/Group policy settigns to do it

 

Could some one help me resolve this issue.

 

Thanks in advance

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dinu99
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found an easy way without any multiMonitor software

 

Requirements: HPDM AGENT Installed on TC

 

c:\windows\xpeagent\hpdmAgent.exe

c:\windows\xpeagent\hpdmmc.exe set display resolution=1280*1024 rate=60 depth=32 sm=r primary=pm

 

 

put the following two lines of code in a bat file in logon scripts

 

source: found this in hpdm task log of "display -- file & registry settings"

 

 

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dinu99
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found an easy way without any multiMonitor software

 

Requirements: HPDM AGENT Installed on TC

 

c:\windows\xpeagent\hpdmAgent.exe

c:\windows\xpeagent\hpdmmc.exe set display resolution=1280*1024 rate=60 depth=32 sm=r primary=pm

 

 

put the following two lines of code in a bat file in logon scripts

 

source: found this in hpdm task log of "display -- file & registry settings"

 

 

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