Optional: execute the following once (see http://hacks.oreilly.com/pub/h/66 for details), to avoid typing in the password.
set LINUX_HOST=mylinuxhost ssh-keygen -t rsa ssh %USERNAME%@%LINUX_HOST% "mkdir .ssh; chmod 0700 .ssh" bash -c 'scp ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub %LINUX_HOST%:.ssh/authorized_keys2'
Now, if you save the following as a BATCH file, you can just click it to connect to fullscreen Linux:
set LINUX_HOST=mylinuxhost start /min xinit xhost +%LINUX_HOST% ssh %LINUX_HOST% "declare -x DISPLAY=%COMPUTERNAME%:0; echo $DISPLAY;gnome-session"'
NOTES: 1. Sometimes xhost + does not execute in time. O well. Just close all windows that got opened and try again. 2. If you didn't do the step one (ssh keys), you will be prompted to enter the linux password; this increases the chances of the above error. 3. The single terminal window appearing in the Linux desktop is in fact a window from your PC.