Re: remote desktop
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I use Remote Desktop to connect to my system in the office when I am
working from home.
I use Window-eyes as my default screenreader on both my Windows 10
laptop at work and my Windows 7 laptop at home.
A few weeks ago, I decided to make NVDA the default screen reader on
both systems just to see if I could access my office machine remotely
using NVDA, and the experiment worked, even though I wasn't using the
NVDA Remote Access app.
The only problem I had was that there were some key conflicts between
the two copies of NVDA that were running on the two computers.
On 4/20/16, Luke Scholey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: