The rdesktop command fully supports the geometry command line parameters like WxH+X+Y which allows you to place a window of W width and H height at X,Y pixels from upper left corner. This comes in handy for precisely placing a window on your desktop at a fixed location every time. I use this on a dual-display system to have my rdesktop session fill up the entire right-hand monitor using the command-line switch "-g 1280x1024+1280". Using the fullscreen option doesn't allow me to specify which screen I want to use, but with the geometry settings I can be more exact about where I want the window displayed.
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