The Expected Behavior also occurs in Royal TS 4.2.61424.10000 from a Win10 x64 Pro 1803 box.
in Royal TSX you can make use of control+shift+click inside remote sessions by disabling "Preferences - Connection Types - Remote Desktop - Plugin Settings - Convert control+shift+click to right-click".
Hope that helps!
In Royal TS (windows) how can I fix it? Really annoying, when I try to use ctrl, and not working.
in Windows there's no way to change the key bindings. We are using the Microsoft RDP ActiveX control which ships with Windows and there's no way to change the behavior on that level.
I'm sorry I have no better news for you.
Thank you for your answer,
I little bit misunderstand the root issue,
In my case I have problem with the original OS (Windows 10 LTSB) After I install the royal TS, and start to use it(2 days), my ctrl go away :/ If I turn off the royal TS,its come back after 30 ctrl click,than open back the ts and works again it TS too :) .I already reinstall the windows, so I dont know what should I do...
I see. I recommend to open a separate thread or new support ticket in the future instead of hi-jacking an unrelated thread
Can you please verify if you have deep keyboard hooks enabled (in View -> Options -> General? If so, please disable it and restart Royal TS.
Let me know if this helps.
Thank, I will!
The deep keyboard already turned off
That's the only place where Royal TS interferes with keyboard input. Looks like some other 3rd party tool is interfering with Royal TS here. Please try to repro the issue on a vanilla machine or disable all 3rd party tools which are potentially hooking into your system.
I'm using Royal TSX 3.3 on MacOS 10.13.6 and when I RDP into a Windows VM (I've tested against Win7 SP1 and Win10 1803), it looks like something is intercepting/overriding the Ctrl-Shift key sequence.