Microsoft Terminal Services Control Enable copy paste from remote to local + execution of shortcut keys

I have been experimenting with the Microsoft Terminal Services Control in c# and can open up a remote desktop session ok, the only problem is that I lose the ability to copy and paste from the remote machine to the local.

Also using shortcut keys don't work, like ctrl+shift+esc which opens the task manager on the server etc.

There seems to be so little information on all this. Is there a way of doing these things? I am quite sure there is but I don't really know where to start.

Your help would be appreciated.

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bbaoIT ConsultantCommented:
simply check the RDP settings available to your RDP client, such as Disable Clipboard Redirection, Redirect Clipboard and Keyboard Hook. see below for a sample reference.

RDP Settings for Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 R2

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jazz__manAuthor Commented:
This is a good answer, thanks
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