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  • Full Screen: Displays a full screen of the remote system in the current view.

  • View Only: Connects to the remote system desktop without the ability for keyboard or mouse input.

  • Use Windows Hot Keys: Enables the three Windows hot key combinations during the connection:

    • Alt+Tab: Opens the application switching dialog on the remote system.
    • Ctrl+Esc: Opens the Start menu on the remote system.
    • the Windows key: Opens the Start menu on the remote system.
  • Disable Keyboard Shortcuts: Disables keyboard shortcuts in the active Mini Remote Control window.

  • Show Local Cursor As Dot: Displays the local cursor on the remote system as a dot in the Mini Remote Control window.

  • Show Remote Cursor: Displays the remote cursor in the window during a connection.

  • Disable Show Transparent Windows: Disables the default behavior of displaying transparent windows on the remote system.

  • Warning Border: Displays a distinctive border around the Mini Remote Control window when connected to a remote system to allow for easier recognition.

  • Theme: Contains several predefined themes to change the look and feel of the Mini Remote Control window.

  • Language: Displays additional language packs if available.

  • Remote Server Settings: Displays the Mini Remote Control Client Agent Service settings on the remote system during a connection.

  • View Connection Information: Displays detailed information about the current connection.

  • Default Host Properties: Displays the Default Host Properties dialog. For additional information about this dialog, see MRC Host properties.

  • Local Global Options: Displays the Local Global Options dialog. For additional information about this dialog, see Local Global Options.

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