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meeotch
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remote graphics from an HD sender to a 4k receiver

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I'm using HP Remote Graphics to connect to a remote machine (running Centos Linux) that has 1920x1080 monitors attached.  The machine I'm viewing from is a Windows 10 box with a 4k monitor (3840x2160).  The sending machine's view therefore shows up very small (about half the size of my full screen), and doesn't seem to scale larger than 1920x1080.

 

Does HRGS have any ability to post-scale the image on the receiver size?  How are people working with low res senders when viewing from high res receivers?

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KellyRGS
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Remote Boost has scaling features.  You can connect without resolution matching and then use the scaling feature in the Receiver toolbar.  You will need Remote Boost on both sender and receiver to see the new features.  You can download Remote Boost at https://www8.hp.com/us/en/workstations/zcentral-remote-boost.html

 

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