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Send CTRL 0 (zoom IE ) on a remote session in Remote Desktop

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I have a session in Remote desktop, and inside there is a Internet explorer page that i want to reduce using ie zoom, but even {LCTRL} or ^ can help me with send command.
Please help

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You can't really automate through Remote desktop (from what I've heard around here). Is there a reason you aren't simply running the script on the desktop you're remoting into?


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37 minutes ago, seadoggie01 said:

You can't really automate through Remote desktop (from what I've heard around here). Is there a reason you aren't simply running the script on the desktop you're remoting into?

No it's impossible, my script must work from outside the RD enviroment

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If you're using Remote Desktop Connection, there's an option to "Apply Windows key combinations:" that you can change to "On the remote computer" or "Only when using full screen". I can't test this (at work rn), but I imagine this is what you want.


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