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File InfoDescription
File Size:3.3 MB
File Modification Date/Time:2020:03:04 15:27:45+00:00
File Type:Win32 EXE
MIME Type:application/octet-stream
Warning:Possibly corrupt Version resource
Machine Type:Intel 386 or later, and compatibles
Time Stamp:2022:03:29 08:23:03+00:00
PE Type:PE32
Linker Version:14.10
Code Size:1141760
Initialized Data Size:2293760
Uninitialized Data Size:0
Entry Point:0x1166a0
OS Version:10.0
Image Version:10.0
Subsystem Version:6.1
Subsystem:Windows GUI
File Version Number:10.0.16299.461
Product Version Number:10.0.16299.461
File Flags Mask:0x003f
File Flags:(none)
File OS:Windows NT 32-bit
Object File Type:Executable application
File Subtype:0
Language Code:English (U.S.)
Character Set:Unicode
Company Name:Microsoft Corporation
File Description:Remote Desktop Connection
File Version:10.0.16299.461 (WinBuild.160101.0800)
Internal Name:mstsc.exe
Legal Copyright:© Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Product Name:Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
Product Version:10.0.16299.461

Rdp File Format

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Rdp Console Command


Mstsc /admin

  • Mstsc.exe is found in Microsoft Office Access 2010 14, Windows 10, and Windows 8.1. In this short article, you will discover detailed file information, steps for troubleshooting EXE file problems with mstsc.exe, and list of free downloads for every version that exists in our comprehensive file directory.
  • This mstsc.exe process is an essential part of Windows Operating System that is known as Microsoft Terminal Services Client that is used to connect a remote computer. This application can be used via command line as well.

Mstsc /v

Description Use the Microsoft Remote Desktop app to connect to a remote PC or virtual apps and desktops made available by your admin. The app helps you be productive no matter where you are. Getting Started Configure your PC for remote access first. Mstsc.exe /span. What it does is to match the remote desktop width and height with the local virtual desktop, spanning across multiple monitors if necessary. It works pretty smooth but with some of the limitations: The set of monitors must form a rectangle. In other words, the set of monitors has to use the exact same screen resolution.