[SunRay-Users] force Windows to use US-international keyboard instead of locale keyboard?

Ivar Janmaat ijanmaat at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 23 10:27:14 EET 2010


This appears to be the case for rdp clients like uttsc, rdesktop and 
Hoblink_UWT.
However the Microsoft rdp client on a Windows system does not seem to 
have this problem.
A Windows rdp client can connect with Language-Dutch ande 
Keyboard-US-international.
Is Microsoft using some undisclosed rdp features to do this?

Thanks for the link.
I found this also but thought is was a bit out dated.

Ivar

The Loeki schreef:
> There appears to be no correct setting for Language-Dutch, 
> Keyboard-US-International.
>
> I always use this:
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322042
>
> It's a registry setting that's aptly called 
> IgnoreRemoteKeyboardLayout. It allows you to define your own settings 
> within Windows, completely ignoring what the RDP client says.
>
> You can of course forget about the compose key doing anything 
> functional in Windows. Windows doesn't know what to do with it. So 
> with US-International you will get the Windows-deadkeys feature, i.e. 
> press quote and then the e to get é and so on.
>



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