Recently we've replaced all our office workstations with HP Z2 G4 (Nvidia Quadro P2200) and with it replaced our Citrix servers with HP RGS, or ZCentral Remote Boost as it's called now for our employees to work at home.
All our users running Windows at home select the Display option to "Match Sender displays to match Receiver Displays" and the RGS software does so flawlessly on 1, 2 or 3 screens at home. But we've got a couple of Mac users with a 2nd monitor attached and there it will not work. They either see 2 screens on 1 monitor, or they get both screens to work with scrollbars which is even worse for their productivity.
One of our mac-users told me she got it to work perfectly when choosing the last option under display (Set Sender displays to match display properties) but that this function is now greyed out. I asked her resolutions, which are 2880x1800 on the mac screen and 1920x1080) and altered the rgreceiverconfig to match these display properties as such:
In the Receiver GUI settings, change to "Set the Sender Display(s) to Match the Receiver Display(s). If you get an error about the resolution not being able to be matched, make sure your Sender supports the Mac resolutions that are being requested.
For best results, change the MacOS settings to "Automatically hide" the Menu Bar and the Dock. Also, to get multi-display setup to display properly, on the Mac, go to System Preferences > Mission Control, and uncheck "Display Have Separate Spaces" for borderless to work properly.
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