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Can Not Copy Or Cut/Paste to Remote Desktop on Windows 7 Pro.

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Hi,

I am having trouble to copy or cut a file on my desktop to paste it to remoste pc's dekstop. I went to Remote Desktop Connection, Option, Local Resources, More, and click Local Drive C. when I VPN to connect to remote pc and right click to the blank area and hourglass cousor stays....

Can I someone please help?

Thank you in advance!
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Are you able to copy that file over to the remote user's desktop using the UNC path?
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No. I can not either. I selected a folder on the remote pc and tried to paste there and it didn't work.
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Got it worked!
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