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Exceed 7.0.0 problem with multiple monitors

Exceed 7.0.0 problem with multiple monitors

Exceed 7.0.0 problem with multiple monitors


I have 5 (five) monitors up and running in order to monitor lots of systems. I have Exceed 7.0.0 installed.

When I work from home, I use software NetOp Remote Control to access the computer with the 5 monitors in order to see if there are any severe alarms.

The problem is that everytime I access the computer Exceed gives me the following message:

"Your Display settings have changed. In order to correctly display your clients you should perform a Server Reset. Failure to do so may result in drawing problems. For more details look in the Exceed log file.

Do you wish to perform a Server Reset now?"

I don't want this message to appear, becuase I do not want to reset the Exceed Server.

Anyone know what I should do?

Best regards,


"Everything begins with a THOUGHT..."

RE: Exceed 7.0.0 problem with multiple monitors

If the setting really haven't changed, just dismiss the message.  It's just Exceed trying to be careful about whether it can properly do its job...

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