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Full Screen Mode
This mode presents all X clients in a single root window taking up full the screen outside the Microsoft Windows graphical environment. The window management and all other functions are typically controlled by an X Window System window manager you start on a host.
For transition from the X Window System graphical environment into the Microsoft Windows graphical environment, the ScrollLock key is used. In the MS Windows environment, the Full Screen mode displays the XSession icon at the bottom of your display. Functions that affect XServer as a whole are controlled by clicking this icon.
For transition from the Microsoft Windows graphical environment into the X Window System graphical environment, the Alt+Esc or Alt+Tab keys are used.
If you used the Virtual Root box (described in section Using XSettings in Chapter Configuring WinaXe Plus) to define a virtual screen larger than your display, you can display all parts of the virtual screen by moving a cursor to borders of PC's physical screen. Trying to move the cursor beyond a physical screen border results in the virtual screen moving in an opposite direction.
Example of Initiating a Login Session by Using XDMCP
First, make sure that xdm-daemon is running on your remote host and check the XDMCP configuration. Make sure that your remote host is accessible from your PC (e.g., with the Ping utility). Also, make sure that your PC is accessible from your remote host. If OK, then you may initiate a login session by using XDMCP like the following steps:
1) Specifying required settings
2) Initiating X-session