Re: Possible to Push Files on a PC using Remote Access?
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It would require some work by the remote add-on developers. This technology pushes the clipboard contents to the remote computer’s clipboard then allows you to switch to the remote computer and paste in the clipboard contents wherever you want. When you use the clipboard to move files around it copies the file address to the clipboard then allows you to copy/move it locally. When you use the paste command on the remote computer, you are addressing that computer. Windows has no way of knowing you are referencing a file on a remotely linked computer, so file addresses copied from your local machine would b meaningless.
Sent: 21 June 2020 21:32
Subject: Re: [nvda] Possible to Push Files on a PC using Remote Access?
Yes, I did review that little snippet Chris. Just was hoping someone here has figured out a way to do this remotely using some sort of workaround. I feel the Push Clipboard option should allow this in my opinion.
I've temporarily setup a folder on OneDrive that is shared with the Client PC. Just was hoping there was something that allowed the copying of files from one Server to the Client when using a remote Direct PC-to-PC connection.
On 6/21/2020 3:41 PM, Chris Mullins wrote: