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IE8 not supporting ALT TAB when logging into remote machine

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Vinodh Kumar, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. Vinodh Kumar

    Vinodh Kumar Flightless Bird

    when using IE8 to login into our remote machine, we are not able to use the
    ALT+TAB keys together to toggle between the screens, which can be normally
    used in windows (not while remote logging) and also works in the remote
    machine as well when using IE6 or IE7 versions.

    How to overcome this problem? If we are using Windows 7 by-default we have
    IE8 so all windows 7 users trying to login remotely to their office machines
    will have this problem and doesn't have a workaround. In Vista & XP there is
    a work around to use IE7 & IE6 respectively.
     
  2. rob^_^

    rob^_^ Flightless Bird

    Hi,

    Use Sharepoint or MSTC instead.


    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/...ther-computer-using-Remote-Desktop-Connection

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/...Desktop-Connection-frequently-asked-questions

    "Vinodh Kumar" <VinodhKumar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:28101C44-F784-4B13-9E8E-7D655B71ADD8@microsoft.com...
    > when using IE8 to login into our remote machine, we are not able to use
    > the
    > ALT+TAB keys together to toggle between the screens, which can be normally
    > used in windows (not while remote logging) and also works in the remote
    > machine as well when using IE6 or IE7 versions.
    >
    > How to overcome this problem? If we are using Windows 7 by-default we have
    > IE8 so all windows 7 users trying to login remotely to their office
    > machines
    > will have this problem and doesn't have a workaround. In Vista & XP there
    > is
    > a work around to use IE7 & IE6 respectively.
    >
     

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