Spartacus32
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Easy Question for you all but Is there and easier way to log into my windows server vms ? Or do I have to go to the VM and then to Guest and the send/ctrl/alt/del?

Is there a faster way to to the login screen?

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masudhussain
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Hi,

In VM console you can press Ctrl+Alt+Insert Button to get the login screen instead .

thanks & regards,

Hussain

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masudhussain
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Hi,

In VM console you can press Ctrl+Alt+Insert Button to get the login screen instead .

thanks & regards,

Hussain

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Spartacus32
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Thanks so much masudhussain....I new there was and easier way Smiley Happy

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Spartacus32
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masudhussain,

   I have another easy question for you how do i make the console screen larger?

Thanks again for you time and help

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masudhussain
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you can press ctrl+Alt+Enter to get the full screen in VM console and the same key to exit from full screen.

As per my experience i would always prefer to work on windows  VM through RDP

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Spartacus32
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masudhussain,

  You stated :As per my experience i would always prefer to work on windows  VM through RDP

Are you talking about use the vmware vsphere client? Or windows RDP if it windows RDP can that be done? How

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masudhussain
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Through Vsphere client you can press ctrl+Alt+Enter in vm console to get full screen .

I was talking about windows RDP. If you have access vm netwok from your local machine thn you can also connect that VM through RDP from your local machine. make sure that the VM IP is reachable from your local machine also verify that the TCP port 3389 is allowed

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Spartacus32
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Cool thanks again manSmiley Happy

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