•As a standard, the video output of the server is displayed in full at the maximum possible size whilst maintaining the correct aspect ratio. Scaling is done either via hardware (Geode / Pentium) or via software (Atom) to ensure the maximum possible image quality. Non-native resolutions may result in black horizontal or vertical margins.
•Server resolutions (much) greater than the native Thin Client display resolution will also be fully displayed, but small structures will be the harder to recognise, the greater the difference to the native Thin Client resolution.
•If required, scaling behaviour may be adjusted via the configuration file so that the image always fills the entire Thin Client display (whilst ignoring the correct aspect ration) or to enforce behaviour as with KVM connections.