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Keyboard Shortcuts to Use with Remote Desktop

In yesterday’s guide you learned how to enable remote desktop connection. Now you can learn some useful shortcut key combinations to use in Remote Desktop.

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40 thoughts on “Keyboard Shortcuts to Use with Remote Desktop”

  1. Windows Remote Desktop Shortcu says:

    […] You can view the entire list of shortcuts at Windows Guides: Keyboard Shortcuts to Use with Remote Desktop. […]

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  5. lubbock says:

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  7. Shane says:

    It frustrates me when i try to use a normal shortcut in remote desktop and it doesn’t work!! so I appreciate these very much

  8. Shane says:

    It frustrates me when i try to use a normal shortcut in remote desktop and it doesn’t work!! so I appreciate these very much

  9. Shane says:

    It frustrates me when i try to use a normal shortcut in remote desktop and it doesn’t work!! so I appreciate these very much

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  16. Using Remote Desktop to Access says:

    […] In this guide you#8217ll learn how to enable remote desktop connection and then use it to access your PC. You may also learn some keyboard shortcuts for remote desktop connection here. […]

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  23. Rich says:

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  25. Erma says:

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  27. Name says:

    how come ctrl+alt+left/right arrow doesnt do anything on my pc’s ??

  28. Name says:

    how come ctrl+alt+left/right arrow doesnt do anything on my pc’s ??

  29. Name says:

    how come ctrl+alt+left/right arrow doesnt do anything on my pc’s ??

  30. Using Remote Desktop to Access says:

    […] In this guide you#8217ll learn how to enable remote desktop connection and then use it to access your PC. You may also learn some keyboard shortcuts for remote desktop connection here. […]

  31. Dan says:

    Ctrl+alt+left/right arrow rotates my desktop, it does not switch between Remote desktop and the local machine. Any suggestions??

  32. Dan says:

    Ctrl+alt+left/right arrow rotates my desktop, it does not switch between Remote desktop and the local machine. Any suggestions??

  33. Dan says:

    Ctrl+alt+left/right arrow rotates my desktop, it does not switch between Remote desktop and the local machine. Any suggestions??

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  35. Shravz says:

    first minimize using cntl+alt+break then you can rotate b/w local and remote desktops
    tq

    1. Vijayakula says:

      very useful..

  36. Jagannatham says:

    I need Equivalent to Alt + F4 – {Disconnect Terminal Services session in Keyboard shortcut keys}

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