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Copy and paste via RDP Session

Posted on 2014-03-31
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Hi there I have a 2012 VM Hyper-V running which is working ok that users can access externally but the users can't copy and paste from their local machine to the Terminal Server.
I've made sure drives and clipboard are ticked on the clients remote session but it still has the option of paste greyed out?

Anyone else encountered this?
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