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I don't ever recall a time that Microsoft remote desktop was not accessible
I've never used the nvda remote feature I've always just run an installed copy of nvda on the remote computer
Microsoft remote desktop has always supported the audio coming through from the remote therefore making screen readers usable on the remote computer
I also used to be able to do nvda updates on the remote computer using it this way but that is no longer possible
Thank you Jacob when I get a chance I'll try that out maybe if I'm not running in vda on the remote computer I can do the upgrade :-)
On Fri, Mar 18, 2022, 2:26 AM Jacob Kruger <jacob@...
Christopher, when I use the disconnect sub-menu item under
windows 10's power user menu - windows key + X, it never has any
issues with disconnecting connection - only real issue have had as
such is need to make sure remember to turn off any audio-ducking
modes on client machine, before connect to remote machine, or else
it might, at times, come across a bit soft?
And, this is all under windows 10 x64, on both ends of
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On 2022-03-18 01:14 AM, Christopher
If you're referring to Microsoft Remote Desktop, yes, about 99% of
it or so is very accessible with NVDA! The best way to disconnect
a machine that's on an NVDARemote connection, however, is to use a
Disconnect RDP.bat file that I can send a link to for the Machine
being controlled. This is because if you don't use this file
disconnect almost every other way, the NVDARemote connection will
freeze in terms of sending commands to the machine.
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On Mar 17, 2022, at 19:03, Luke Davis
Russell James wrote:
I used to be able to upgrade
NVDA while using RDP.
Perhaps I am behind the times, but my understanding was
that RDP was not accessible--That it was, in fact, entirely
Have I missed an important change?
If not, and it is still entirely inaccessible, how did
you used to do this?