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Remote Desktop F-keys?


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Hi, I couldn't find the answer for this: How can I emulate the function Fkeys in remote desktop? I'm talking about F1, F2, ..., F12. I didn't see a way to set any hotkeys in the options, and pressing F9 for example will activate expose, instead of emulating an F9 keypress in the remote desktop application. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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Hi, I couldn't find the answer for this: How can I emulate the function Fkeys in remote desktop? I'm talking about F1, F2, ..., F12. I didn't see a way to set any hotkeys in the options, and pressing F9 for example will activate expose, instead of emulating an F9 keypress in the remote desktop application. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
If you are connecting to a Microsoft remote desktop, you can hold down the function key, then press the F1, F2, F3, etc. That works for me.
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