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    itsb
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    Hello All,

    New to WTOS, using it as RDP client. Having trouble remapping keyboard keys inside the terminal server session. I typically use AutoHotkey, also tried SharpKeys to map CAPSLOCK to CTRL but with the WTOS RDP client the remapping no longer works. Any way to remap keys in one of those special ini files?

    Thanks,
    Bent Pinky

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    ConfGen
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    There are no ini parameters to remap keys for an RDP connection.
    What is AutoHotkey or SharpKeys?

    CG

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    itsb
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    Thanks for the info.
    http://www.autohotkey.com/ and http://www.randyrants.com/sharpkeys/ remap keys in software and registry respectively. autohotkey can be used to make fancy macro-style shortcut keys and such but I use it exclusively to remap CAPSLOCK to CTRL. If you’re curious why, see http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?RemapCapsLock. Yes I’m using my WYSE terminal to RDP into a MS Term Server and from there SSH into a *Nix box for some of my work.
    Somehow these software/registry solutions don’t work via the WYSE RDP client, while they work fine with Microsoft’s MSTSC. I give up unless someone suggests otherwise.
    Another question, is there an SSH terminal client for the WTOS that I could run directly?

    Thanks

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    ConfGen
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    No, SSH is only available on the Wyse Linux units.

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