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When using Windows Remote Desktop Web Client the Shift keys do not work however the Shift Lock functions as normal

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I have just re-installed Vista and now my Shift keys do not work when using Remote Desktop Web Connection. They work fine before re-installation.

Any help would be appreciated
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There is a fairly new and different version of RDP (If you did an upgrade, service pack or update change in the process)  You can adjust your RDP options by using the "Options" button on the initial RDP applet or by right clicking on the Saved RDP configuration and selecting "Edit".  You will find the configuration for that under the "Local Resources" tab > Keyboard section.  You may try the two dif options.... In Full Screen Mode or simply On Remote Computer
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The solution I found was an update to Intellitype which resolved this problem.
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