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Default Win2K clients GRAINY

Hello.
Our company runs Windows 2000 server with clients accessing thru Citrix and via RDP.
Presently, all client sessions are very grainy.
Does anyone know if there is a setting on the server that needs amending for each client to receive their session in FULL colour?
To confirm, the clients are config'd correctly ( high colour ).
This is proving to be a problem as web sites and images are obviously not displaying correctly.
If anyone has any thoughts, that'd be great.
Many thanks.


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Old November 30th, 2006, 07:10 PM
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;;;Does anyone know if there is a setting on the server that needs amending for each client to receive their session in FULL colour?

I dont believe so

;;To confirm, the clients are config'd correctly ( high colour ).

A better conformation would be - is the color the same when they are working locally?

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