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Mouse clicks and keyboard not working in RDP

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I am connecting via RDP from a Windows 7 PC  to a server with Webserver 2008 R2. In some applications neither the mouse click nor the enter key work when used on push buttons. Any ideas?
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by:Bryan Butler
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I've had this and fixed it by reconnecting after restarting the client and/or host.  Are you using "Remote desktop connection"?  And not some other terminal service logon?  Also make sure you have the latest windows updates on both systems.
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Nevermind, what was happening was that the said applications have some compatibility issues with IE. I just happened to be running the applications using RDP, but remote connection was not the root cause of the problem. Thanks a lot
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The root cause of the issue was not what it was stated in the original question, thus the answer given does not apply.
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