Problems Using Windows 10 Home mRemoteNG to remote into Windows 7 Pro

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Hi,

I'm remoting from a Windows 10 Home laptop into my office Windows 7 Pro desktop
using mRemoteNG on the Windows 10 laptop. I get a super tiny mouse in the remote
session. Back in the laptop all is fine. Its so small and annoying! Everything else is fine,
but the teeny mouse is a real issue. Makes it too hard to find in the remote session
(meaning the Windows 7 Pro pc session).

I tried using the standard Windows 10 Home Remote Desktop on the laptop
to remote into my office Windows 7 Pro pc, and I can connect, but the entire
screen is so small that I can't use it. I've tried maximizing the screen and
playing with resolutions to no avail.

So I'm looking to either make the mouse normal-size when using mRemoteNG
-or- to make the entire screen normal-size when using Remote Desktop.

Anyone have a solution?

Thanks!
 
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I get a super tiny mouse in the remote
session.
Do you mean "cursor"? A mouse is a physical device that is connected to the computer, either by a wire or wirelessly.

In your remote session, have you tried opening Control Panel and playing with the Mouse settings? Control Panel also has settings for Display, where you can change the resolution.
 
Can we use any software for this??
 

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