I have a customer that has two monitors in a conference room, two cubbies and an SX20 with the standard Cisco TP. When they run a local presentation they only get one monitor to display content, which I know is by design. Can they get the local content to display on both?
I looked up solutions in a support forum and found a solution. It told me to have them change the video to single monitor and change both HDMI inputs to First MonitorRole. The customer did that but then they kept getting an error on the touchscreen that said Resolution was not recognized.
Is there something else I need to do or will this not work for the customer?
You can manually set the Video Output Resolution for each of the Connector 1 and Connector 2 outputs on the SX20 so they match what the display panels they are connected to support. That should fix your unsupported resolution error message.
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