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Unable to copy paste two way ? - clipboard can only copy paste from TS RDP out to desktop not into TS RDP back again ?

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Hi,

I'm having very weird problem in my TS RDP connection,

I can copy and paste from my TS RDP out into my desktop (from any program into any program in my home workstation)

but somehow I cannot copy paste from my desktop into my TS RDP (from any program at all - it always remember the old content of the clipboard) ?

this is going through RDP session over Juniper SSL VPN  into the Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server but obviously this is the same TS RDP application that is provided by Windows.

any help regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
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When you open the RDP client, click on the options button and then the Local Resources tab. Is Clipboard checked? If not, put a check next to and and connect to see if that solves the issue.
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Well i wish i can do that, the remote desktop application is initiated by the Juniper SSL VPN link so it pops out automatically the RDP windows so i cannot make the changes ?

somehow the copy paste work from RDP session out to my desktop but not from my desktop into the RDP session ?
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You should be able to open the .rdp file that the link is using in the mstsc client (run mstsc from the run box or command prompt). You may need to find the .rdp file that the link is using. I haven't had the opportunity to work with the technique you're using so I can't give specific details. If you can open the .rdp file, you should be able to modify the settings from there.
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ah.. IC, i remember somehow my friend told me that he need to kill "rdpclip.exe" and then re-run it again. but that's quite annoying since so many users doesn't know what to do to run it when it happens.
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