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Hey there, I've had a problem a couple times when working through hyper-v manager on a hyper-v session where the left mouse click (right handed mouse) stops working.  It's a real pain...any idea how to :

1.  Make it work on the fly
2. fix the issue for good

if I close out the session and open it back up, it still does not work.  I believe if I reboot the virtual computer it works again though

Thanks
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not in a TS session, but will check it out
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OK, I got it and see what you meant, I should be going in through a TS session to the box.

I see Integration components, googled it, but cannot see how to install these for my application of SBS2008 in hyper V on server 2008 box, are those IC's only for linux and stuff?
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You have Integration Services available for pretty much every Windows Server and client OS. You can install Integration Services by selecting "Install Integration Services..." from the Action drop-down menu. when connected using Hyper-V manager.

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Shahid
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