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When I Maximise and then restore down I now have an issue. After the latest Update to Windows 10 I noticed that after Maximizing then restoring down my Remote desktop “restored down” window size deesktop increases in Size so after every restore down I have to manually resize them. Microsoft please fix. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.

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How to Set up RDC in Windows 10 [Step-by-Step Guide]

 
Launch a Remote Desktop session and automatically log you in from the command line or a GUI. Features credential profiles, favorites and a. Using the built-in Remote Desktop App in Windows Click on Show Options. Then click on the Display tab. Adjust the Display resolution to x or.

 
 

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The desktop is scaled too small by default in window mode? It’s not usable. The bug seems to be that the Spice Windows agent doesn’t resize correctly the guest to the best matching resolution. If the agent is not running, then what should we do? It’s even worse to get such small window than to get the big window with client resolution. I can hardly see what inside guest is.

Maybe because the window is too small, too far away from any available resolution? OTOH, when large-but-not-maximized windows are used, resolution change will break their geometry so I’d rather bite the bulled and keep the client window larger than client screen. Display scaling should be avoided IMO if possible, especially scaling of x guest to fit into x window like the one already attached by Marian.

The problem is this – Start virt-viewer normally, display comes up at the current guest res x – Start virt-viewer with –full-screen, display comes up fullscree. Leave fullscreen, and the display is now x It should be x, ie the same res it would have started with, if –full-screen was not given. Red Hat invites you to ask your support representative to propose this request, if still desired, for consideration in the next release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

This request will be evaluated for inclusion in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. Cloning to mingw-virt-viewer. Click “Leave Fullscreen” Result: The guest window is small, same with the attached image. Try to verify: version: rpm -qa virt-viewer virt-viewer Result: The guest window is small, same with the attached image. As the result, can’t verified this bug Comment 24 Marc-Andre Lureau UTC For different reasons, it is fixed in upstream since 34bbb27 cherry-picking this and a few related commits is not enough I suggest we wait until a rebase probably 0.

For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated files, follow the link below. Application is for handling permitted and prohibited processes; Network about the URL filter, certificates and proxies; Security contains detail settings about how SEB locks down security relevant system features.

Hooked Keys controls blocking key and mouse commands. Administrator password : Password required to open a config file for editing in the config tool. You should set an administrator password if you don’t want that someone could open and examine a. Confirm administrator password : Retype the administrator password. As long as it’s not matching the administrator password typed in the field above, “Please enter correct confirm password ” is displayed below and you cannot save the configuration file.

Otherwise you can shutdown or reboot the computer. In a computer room in a university or school you could for example use some tool to shutdown or reboot all computers after a exam and therefore not allow students to quit SEB themselves at all.

This setting has no influence on a Quit Link if one is set, see Exam Pane. The password is not prompted when using a Quit Link. This password is also prompted if the restart exam button is used if activated and configured to be password protected, see Exam Pane.

Use SEB settings file for Usually you should encrypt it with the same password which is set as administrator password on the SEB client or none if there is no administrator password set on the SEB client yet using an empty password prevents people from having to enter a password just when SEB is starting, unless you want this to prevent SEB being started unintentionally for example in a computer lab when there is no exam happening.

When this. Allow to open preferences window on client Mac only : Usually you should disable the preference window on exam clients besides for debugging purposes. Choose identity to be used for encrypting SEB settings file In this popup menu all identities X.

Install that identity on your SEB clients, then they can decrypt. You can also make identities available to specific computers in a network zone over the LAN without placing them physically onto the exam clients ask your Windows network administrators about that. You can install identities on client computers using deployment systems or by embedding them into a.

This is especially important if you embed large additional resources into config files. But if you need to save config files compatible to earlier SEB versions before 2. Settings password : Password to decrypt the settings file, if one is set then it will be prompted when SEB reads the settings. Local client settings saved on every exam client, at one of the two possible standard paths, see above should be saved with the option “Use SEB settings file for Then a standard password is used for encrypting these settings.

This is not very safe, but you should anyways not store any really secret information like critical admin and quit passwords or a secret exam URL in the local client settings, for that you should use separate settings files saved with the option “Use SEB settings file for Confirm settings password : Retype the settings password.

Config File Editing Open Settings Lets you choose a. Save Settings As Saves the SEB settings using the same file name or lets you choose a file name and location for the SEB settings file. You have to either enter a password or choose a cryptographic identity with which the SEB settings file will be encrypted.

Revert Settings to… Default Settings : After the user confirms, settings are reset to the default settings. The options for default settings are in general set to a safe, most common value, so usually you can start using the default settings and just customize options which you need for your exam scenario. Local Client Settings : After the user confirms, revert to the local client settings. Last Saved : After the user confirms, settings are reverted to the last ones saved or loaded. Use Current Settings to… Edit Duplicate : Creates a duplicate of the current settings and continues editing those.

Configure Client : Configures the client using settings from the. Settings in the User Interface Pane Browser view mode Use browser window : Use a window for the SEB browser which can be scaled and moved around, also to another screen when available.

One advantage of using a browser window is that if you’re using a large wide screen display, some web pages may not be ergonomic to read. With the scalable browser window you can adjust the width of displayed web pages. Use full screen mode : Display the SEB browser full screen.

Full screen browser mode should mainly be used with exam systems which display everything in one main window and don’t open auxiliary windows: When a web page opens in a new window, this will be hidden behind the full screen main browser window when the user clicks into that. From SEB 2. Touch optimized : Enables the touch optimized mode for Windows tablet computers for Windows 8.

Select the Action Center icon on the Windows taskbar next to the date and time , and then select Tablet mode to turn it on. The Windows on-screen keyboard is not working with the Create New Desktop kiosk mode, that’s why you have to use the Disable Explorer Shell kiosk mode. Touch optimized mode features are: Larger buttons in the SEB taskbar Touch optimized message boxes alerts, dialogs with larger buttons The Windows on-screen keyboard is displayed when the user touches a text field on a browser page or when SEB asks to enter a password.

If a physical keyboard is connected, SEB doesn’t show the on-screen keyboard. New web pages open in full screen ‘windows’, switch between open pages with the open windows chooser popup menu invoked by tapping the SEB icon in the SEB taskbar.

With the close button below each window in this window chooser you can close open browser full screen ‘windows’. Main browser window size and position You can set the width and height of the main SEB browser window as absolute pixel values or a percentage of the screen width or height.

You can enter the dimensions in pixels or percent values in the text field or select one of the predefined values in the pop down menu. Horizontal positioning : You can choose how the window will be positioned horizontally if it doesn’t fill the full screen width: Left, Center, Right. Browser Window Toolbar Enable browser window toolbar : Indicates if a toolbar is displayed on top of the browser window, a browser menu at the right end, and a reload button at the left end of the toolbar.

Note that the browser toolbar will also be displayed when Show reload button is activated, since the reload button was moved from the taskbar to the browser toolbar so both options essentially do the same thing now. The following options can be used to fine tune the browser toolbar: Allow adress bar for main window Win : Displays the browser’s adress field in the main window.

This field, if displayed, is editable! Allow adress bar for additional windows Win : Displays the browser’s adress field in additional browser windows these can be allowed on the Browser pane. Show developer tools in window menu Win : Allows access to the web developer tools of the integrated browser engine via the browser window menu.

Users can unhide the toolbar in the view menu or the contextual menu on the browser window title bar. Clicking on the icon of an application starts it if it wasn’t running yet , brings the application to foreground or maximizes its window if it was minimized before. The taskbar is not required, users can also switch to third party applications using the task switcher with keys Alt-Tab. But if users quit a third party application, they can restart it only by using its taskbar icon or by opening a file which is linked in an exam and gets opened by that application.

Pressing those keys again will hide the side menu. In the side menu, all options and information from the SEB taskbar are presented again. If you need maximum vertical space for your browser window, you can disable the SEB taskbar completly, relying on the side menu alone showing up only when needed. Show reload button : This button in the SEB taskbar reloads the current web page. Shows warning if so enabled in Browser settings tab.

Note that the browser toolbar will also be displayed when this option is activated, even if option Enable browser window toolbar is disabled. Show time : Displays current time in SEB taskbar: This is for example helpful if you decide to ban personal watches in exams because of smartwatches. Show keyboard layout : Shows current keyboard layout and allows to switch to other keyboard layouts which have been enabled in Windows. Additionally, third party applications can also be zoomed with Ctrl-Mousewheel Win.

Mute audio on startup : Mute audio initially when starting SEB or an exam. Set initial audio volume : Set an initial value for the audio volume. Spell Checker Allow spell checking : Spell checking in the SEB browser underlines incorrectly spelled words and displays word suggestions right mouse button needs to be enabled in Hooked Keys tab. Allow dictionary look up Mac : Allow looking up text elements on a web site using the 3-finger tap on a trackpad or ctrl-cmd-D Settings in the Browser Pane Links requesting to be opened in a new browser window Width : Set the width of an new browser window in percentage of the current screen width or in pixel Height : Set the height of an new browser window in percentage of the current screen height or in pixel Horizontal positioning : Set the horizontal positioning of the new window, if size is not fullscreen Browser Security Allow text search : Enables the search feature in the browser menu, located in the browser toolbar.

This feature needs the browser toolbar to be enabled. This setting only works, if Clear browser session when ending Allow navigating in additional windows : Disabling browsing to previously visited pages by Ctrl-Cursor left might not be desired for additional resources and other content opening in additional browser windows, therefore this separate setting.

Show reload warning : SEB shows a warning asking the user to confirm reloading the main browser containing the exam. Depending on your exam scenario you migth want to keep the URL secret. User Agent Settings User agent for desktop mode : Allows to switch between the default and a custom browser user agent string for SEB Windows running in desktop mode.

SEB appends its version number automatically to the selected user agent string. SEB for macOS also appends its version number automatically to the selected user agent string. Suffix to be added to any user agent : Enter a string here which will be appended to any user agent string independent from the other user agent settings below. Uploading can only be blocked by SEB when the website is using standard form elements this is a restriction of the used Firefox browser engine.

An empty path means SEB uses the user’s default Download folder. The user can then choose any folder from the local file system Choose file to upload… Mac only : SEB can let the user choose the file to upload manually as usual or automatically choose the same file which was downloaded before.

There are three possible policies to choose the file to upload: manually with file requester by attempting to upload same file downloaded before : If the file is not found, a file requester is presented and the user can choose some other file manually. This setting might bring additional security, because only files which have been downloaded before in the same browser session, means since SEB was started can be uploaded.

If several files have been downloaded, pressing the choose file or similarly named button in the browser window will first choose the file most recently downloaded, pressing the button several times will cycle through all the files downloaded in this session. This option is useful when you allow to switch to third party applications and e.

Mac only : The Adobe Acrobat Reader browser plugin should only be used on secured managed Mac computers, as it allows to access the file system and cloud services. These have a built-in SEB support. Important: First save your final exam settings in a. Please note that if you want to use the same.

The keys for the Mac and the Windows version will in any case be different, so you have to load the final. Mac an Windows are used, or your exam settings should be tolerant to a future update of SEB to e certain extend. Session Handling Use the following parameter to control whether a browser session shall be persited on disk, e. Ask user to confirm quitting : If not selected, then SEB quits immediately after a Quit Link is detected, without users having to confirm.

The browser session is not restarted using this feature session cookies are not cleared; a logged in user isn’t logged out. Leave empty for a standard text which is localized to the SEB user interface languages. If not activated, any query parameter with the seb-Link are ignored. Setting options: Monitor processes while SEB is running: If enabled, SEB prevents non-permitted processes to display any windows including alerts, message boxes etc. You can only deactivate this feature when using the “None for debugging only ” Kiosk mode.

The only way to switch off process monitoring in the other kiosk modes is to select “Ignore SEB Service” on tab “Security” see Security pane. Permitted Processes Section Third party applications and processes which are permitted to run during an exam. Allow switching to third party applications Mac only : If this option is activated, the kiosk mode induced by SEB will be reduced one level.

The process switcher Cmd-Tab will work, so it’s possible to switch to other running applications. Use this option only when running SEB in a user account managed by parental controls, with only SEB and the desired applications allowed.

Also you should switch on Simple Finder and don’t give users access to other accounts with administrator rights on that computer see SEB for macOS manual: Secure Environment. Allow Flash to switch to full screen mode Mac only : Playing videos with Flash in full screen mode is a security problem. That’s why it is strongly recommended to use HTML5 video there full screen mode is no problem instead of Flash whenever possible.

Depending on the Flash video player and the Mac used, it can be difficult to switch back from full screen mode best is to use the Esc key , so if you don’t need full screen mode, don’t enable it here. When switching to third party applications is disabled, Flash fullscreen mode isn’t possible at all. In general you should use this button to choose a permitted application from your drive. SEB will automatically fill in title , executable and path of the application.

You can change the title if you want which is displayed in the SEB taskbar. Path will usually be empty, as for applications which have been installed and properly registered in Windows App Paths you don’t need to and should not, as it can be different on another client system specify the path. Selected Process details: Active : Indicates if this permitted process item is active can be used while testing.

Title : Application title which is displayed in the application chooser. Description : Optional, should explain what kind of process this is, because this might not be obvious only from the executable’s name. OS : Indicates on which operating system the permitted process runs currently only the option Win works. Executable : File name of the executable, which should not contain any parts of a file system path , only the filename of the exe file like calc.

Original Name : Original file name of the executable. Some files don’t have this metadata information. If it is available, SEB will prioritize this string over the Executable file name string. Window Handling Process : Process executable which is actually handling the main window, this is necessary to indicate for Java and some other applications for example OpenOffice, Eclipse, Adobe Acrobat.

Path : Optional filesystem path formatted system specific to the process executable’s directory excluding the filename, see field executable. If the path is not given or relative, then SEB searches the system provided paths for applications. For applications which have been installed and properly registered in Windows App Paths you don’t need to specify the path. If the executable for an application is placed in a subdirectory of the path registered in Windows App Paths, then you usually can indicate just the relative path.

SEB also is able to expand environment variables in path of permitted processes. Arguments to append to the executable of the application when starting it. You can select if an argument is active or not for testing. Icon in taskbar : Disabling this option is mainly useful for background processes not requiring user interaction which you want to autostart when SEB is run.

Autostart : Start the process automatically together with SEB. Identifier: String of the process identifier in reverse domain notation Mac or the string or substring of the main window title of a process which doesn’t have a MainWindow handle Win , this is usually the case with Java applications use for example “OpenOffice” for OpenOffice Calc.

Allow running in background : Permitted processes with this option set are allowed to already be running when starting SEB. Processes with the option “Allow running in background” don’t have an icon in the SEB taskbar.

They can nevertheless have the option “Autostart” set, in this case SEB attempts to start the permitted process regardless if it was already running or not and the option “Icon in taskbar” is considered in this case. Allow user to select location of application : The user is presented a file dialog window allowing to locate the third party application’s executable if it cannot be found at the path specified and paths provided by the system instead of just displaying an error message.

Only applications matching the executable string specified are accepted. Disabling this setting does not mean that processes are not killed: Depending on the platform’s capabilities, SEB first tries to terminate prohibited processes and applications nicely or asking the user to do it themselves, if this doesn’t work then it terminates them anyways as long as monitor processes is enabled.

But enabling Force quit will speed up this process. This flag should not be set for macOS applications which allow to be terminated nicely they are anyways automatically terminated, without asking the user.

Prohibited Processes Section List of processes which are prohibited to run during an exam. Selected Process details: Active : Indicates if this prohibited process item is active. Executable : Process name, usually the filename of the executable.

Disabling this setting does not mean that processes are not killed: Depending on the platform’s capabilities, SEB first tries to terminate prohibited processes nicely or asking the user to do it themselves, if this doesn’t work then it terminates them anyways as long as monitor processes is enabled. Filter also embedded content : If selected, also all embedded resources will be filtered using the filter set. Note that there can be hundreds of resources such as images and other media per page, so filtering all content may slow down page loading.

Rules Active : Indicates if the rule is active. Regex : Indicates if the rule is a regular expression. Action to process if the corresponding expression matches. Possible actions: block If the URL matches the expression, then it is rejected and processing of the remaining rules is stopped.

If the URL filter reaches the last rule means there was no matching block or allow expression found , then the URL is discarded. The host field is required besides when filtering against a protocol like about:blank or data: , and is either a partial or full hostname or an IP address. The URL filter doesn’t resolve hostnames itself, so if you allow everything and only block ‘hostname. You should therefore mainly use whitelisting to allow accessing only specific sites during an exam.

An optional ‘. An optional port can come after the host and always has to start with the character ‘:’. It must be a valid port value from 1 to URL parameters like a query string can be indicated and always have to start with the character ‘? Filtering against a fragment usually doesn’t make sense, as the content can be reached by scrolling the loaded page. Allowing specific fragments could force people to use a link to a particular anchor on a page other links would not work.

Examples for filter expressions: ‘example. The order of filter rules is not relevant. Here you can choose SSL server certificates which are stored in the Windows Certificate Store if you have a certificate file, usually in the.

The certificates added to this table will be embedded into a. Users then won’t be presented a warning then when connecting to https servers with those self-signed certificates and you don’t need to distribute SSL certificates manually to the exam client computers.

Debug certificate: Debug certificates allow changing the DNS name you can overwrite the certificate name in the certificate list , so a server with a wrong domain name is accepted if its domain is entered in the certificate name field. Expired certificates are also accepted. Choose identity to embed into configuration If you have a. When importing the. The identities added to this table will be embedded into the. Use this feature for creating a.

When opening this. Please note that during this process the private keys imported into the Windows Certificate Store of the exam clients will be flagged as non-exportable for increased security. The problem occurs when your server certificate is signed by an intermediate certificate of any trusted certification authority. In that case the whole issuer chain must be provided to the browser for validation.

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