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Remote Desktop to SBS 2011 does not allow me to use symbols in a document

Posted on 2013-06-03
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I am using remote desktop to access a Windows Small Business Server 2011 system and when I try to type the @ or any other symbol it does not recognize it.  It shows me another symbol such as "
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EddyvanOpdorp earned 500 total points
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Hi,
This is the langue settings from the keyboard that does not match with youre own keyboard.
You can change the keyboard layout in the control panel.

See here:
http://superuser.com/questions/479961/setting-default-keyboard-layout-in-windows-8-windows-server-2012
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by:foxhelp
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This is for Windows 8 and Server 2012.  I have Windows Small Business Server 2011 and it does not have those options under the keyboard icon in the control panel
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I found the language setup and you were right, they had changed it to Spanish.  Thank you
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