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Remote Desktop: Connection for Left-Handed User

Posted on 2004-10-10
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I have a Remote Desktop connection icon on each user's pc that opens a MS Access database upon connecting to the Terminal Server. Is there a way to make a special connection or to add a batch file or something to run for this one user who is left-handed so the mouse settings are set for left-handed like he is used to on his local pc? Thanks in advance for any help on this one!
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Hi,

With roaming profiles you can. If this user has a romaing profile, then, if he loges into the Terminal Session, normally his profile will be loaded, which include his setting for a left handed mouse. Maybe there is some reg setting that can do the same (quite sure there is), buit i'm not quite sure if this will only have effect on him, and not all users..
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