Using Windows 10 Home mRemoteNG to remote into Windows 7 Pro causes tiny mouse


Mar 11, 2018
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I'm remoting from a Windows 10 Home laptop into my office Windows 7 Pro
using mRemoteNG on the Windows 10 laptop. I get a super tiny mouse in
the remote session. Back in the laptop all is fine. Its so small and annoying!
Everything else is fine, but the teeny mouse is a real issue. Makes it too
hard to find in the remote session (meaning the Windows 7 Pro pc session).

I tried using the standard Windows 10 Home Remote Desktop on the laptop
to remote into my office Windows 7 Pro pc, and I can connect, but the entire
screen is so small that I can't use it. I've tried maximizing the screen and
playing with resolutions to no avail.

So I'm looking to either make the mouse normal-size when using mRemoteNG
-or- to make the entire screen normal-size when using Remote Desktop.

Anyone have a solution?


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