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Not sure how it was 2 years ago when this question was asked but I confirmed that this work out of the box for me now. Mid 2010 Mac Mini running OS X Mavericks 10.9 Client machine tested: Windows 7 Pro using TightVNC Viewer, iPad using iTeleport. Both client devices were able to connect to Mac Mini via VNC and log in to different user accounts at the same ...
The problem was actually a bug in Remote Desktop for OS X, and has been fixed in 8.0.15, which was released a few days ago. Now the keyboard works completely as expected with both my Mac and the Windows computer configured with Norwegian keyboard layout.
Here's something you might want to look at, as I have this issue connecting from my Win7 PC at work to some other PCs at work: Pixellated type. It may be that cleartype is turned off for the RD session: Right click on the desktop in the RD session and select Screen resolution. Then click on the "Make Text and other items larger or smaller" link and then ...
When you are in the Windows RDP app you should be able to type in the Alt-Code for "\" (Alt-92) no matter which input source you have set. It's not ideal, but should get the job done! Simply hold down the option/alt key and type 92. For the record the Alt-Codes don't work in Mac apps. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt_code You can find a full list of ...
I use two languages, English and Romanian, and the keyboard is Romanian. From the language menu in the menu bar, you can click on the flag (if you dont't see it, just check System Preferences, Keyboard, Input Sources > Show Input menu in menu bar) and select Show keyboard viewer. If you press CMD, Alt or fn, some keys from the keyboard viewer will change. ...
Click the Pencil  Icon at the top of the main RDC window & set a higher remote screen resolution. 'Native' might be as good as it will let you have. Scale content might not be good on a Retina screen - but it might appear quite small without it checked. I have a feeling, which I'm unable to test, that it may be related to the maximum resolution ...
Microsoft Remote Desktop doesn't support Retina throughput and scales the content by changing the resolution that is advertised. You can change this by setting the resolution of your display to a non-HiDPI resolution, such as literal 2880x1800, however everything will appear tiny unless you are able to directly set the HiDPI setting on the server which you ...
For now, I'm going to just configure the computer to login automatically at boot. Instructions for Mountain Lion and Yosemite. If anyone knows how to configure this via the Terminal, rather than System Preferences, I'd prefer that solution.
You may try a R-HUB remote support server.
Perhaps not an answer, but on a UK keyboard @ and " swap places from Mac to Windows Shift ⇧ 2 is @ on Mac, " on Win Shift ⇧ ' is " on Mac, @ on Win
Shift + ± worked for me when I typed all the characters on the keyboard using Shift key
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