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Screen application

The Screen app allows you to view the screen of your remote device. You can also control the remote device, depending on your settings.
When you are connected to the Agent, applications will appear:

After launching the Screen application, this screen appears:

Explanation of the menu bar that appears at the top:

  1. Full-screen mode on/off → It allows you to switch the full-screen mode on and off.
  2. Copy → The text selected on the remote device can be copied to the clipboard.
  3. Paste → Text can be pasted from the clipboard to the remote device.
  4. Win+Esc → Opens the Start menu.
  5. Ctrl+Alt+Del → Sends Ctrl+Alt+Del keyboard shortcut to the remote device.
  6. Sending keystrokes → It sends the key combination you have selected. (Ctrl, ALT, Shift, + any character) Note: Win/Command character is on our to-do list.
  7. Mouse/keyboard enable/disable → The use of the mouse and keyboard can be disabled or enabled. If disabled, view-only mode is activated.
  8. Audio enable/disable → It allows you to turn the sound of the remote device on and off.
  9. Screen selection → If you are using multiple screens, you can use this drop-down list to select the right one.
  10. Screen quality → Select the quality that suits your bandwidth from the drop-down list. You can choose from Minimum, Low, Medium, Maximum, Auto.
  11. Screen size → The screen size can be selected from the drop-down list. A value less than 100% means zoom out, a value greater than 100% means zoom in. Fit to screen adjusts the screen of the remote device to the size of the current window.

In the case of full screen mode, the menu appears on the left side of the screen. The menu is explained as follows:

  1. Full-screen mode on/off → It allows you to switch the full-screen mode on and off.
  2. Copy → The text selected on the remote device can be copied to the clipboard.
  3. Paste → Text can be pasted from the clipboard to the remote device.
  4. Win+Esc → Opens the Start menu.
  5. Ctrl+Alt+Del → Sends Ctrl+Alt+Del keyboard shortcut to the remote device.
  6. Send keystrokes → It sends the key combination you have selected. (Ctrl, ALT, Shift, + any character) Note: Win/Command character is on our to-do list.
  7. Settings → The following settings are available:

a. Mouse/keyboard enable/disable → The use of the mouse and keyboard can be disabled or enabled. If disabled, view-only mode is activated.

b. Audio enable/disable → It allows you to turn the sound of the remote device on and off.

c. Screen selection → If you are using multiple screens, you can use this drop-down list to select the right one.

d. Screen quality → Select the quality that suits your bandwidth from the drop-down list. You can choose from Minimum, Low, Medium, Maximum, Auto.

e. Screen size → The screen size can be selected from the drop-down list. A value less than 100% means zoom out, a value greater than 100% means zoom in. Fit to screen adjusts the screen of the remote device to the size of the current window.

Watch our tutorial video on How to use the Screen application:

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