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Changing keyboard layouts under Terminal Services

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We are running Terminal Services so that mac clients can log in and use a database system.
The keyboard mapping on the mac's is different i.e. @ and " are in the wrong place and \ doesn't work.  I have setup a new input local for the mac keyboard and installed it.  This works fine under an admin log on, but for each normal user, I have to log in, go to input settings and add the mac keyboard setup so that the option appears then every time.  I am looking at having to do this for lots of users.
Is there a way to set this pref up for every user before they log in??
Unfortunately, we also have some PC clients, so I can't just change the default key layout.

Thanks,

Neil.
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mickinoz2005 earned 500 total points
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Hi there,

Can't help you myself but did a quick search and found this might be of help to you.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_21749387.html?qid=21749387

Michael
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