Disable Scaling for Displays RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    I have Windows 10 Enterprise installed in classroom environments where there is a desktop monitor at the podium, and a connection to a projector. The display output to the projector is fine. Everything looks great. On the desktop monitor, the display is scaled to 150%. It is very easy to just open the display settings and scale it back, but end users will not figure that out. I need to disable scaling, or just have it set to 100%, for the desktop monitor.

    I ran process explorer in an attempt to find which registry keys were manipulated in the process of changing the scaling from 150 back to 100, but the output was so verbose and large, it was unintelligible. RegMon.exe is no longer available, and it won't run on Windows 10 anyway. The computers have Intel Integrated Graphics chipsets, no discrete graphics. Windows is deployed via MDT whose settings dictate the optimal screen resolution. This problem did not exist with Windows 7.

    How can I disable scaling for ALL users in Windows?

    Thank you


    Monday, September 11, 2017 6:43 PM

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