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How do you minimize the Citrix desktop so user can see local desktop?

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What is the keyboard shortcut to allow a user to minimize their Citrix (MetaFrame Presentation Server) desktop so they can switch between that and their local desktop?
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You may just want to change their settings so the Citrix Desktop doesn't take up the entire screen so they can just click the button to minimize.

Shift + F2 will show them the title bar to minimize from full screen to answer your question.

I'm using version 9.150... I'm not sure which of the older versions are the same shortcut
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