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Access on RDS... Anyway to find anything out about the client device?

Access on RDS... Anyway to find anything out about the client device?

Access on RDS... Anyway to find anything out about the client device?

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This is a brainstorming activity for me. We use Access applications on Remote Desktop Services. There is a thought to allow tablets to connect.

Ideally I'd like to know if the client device is a tablet or computer but equally useful would be knowing if there is a physical keyboard and if there is touch screen support. Keep in mind this is RDS so all the typical Win Api calls you might make will go to the server.

I guess the alternative is asking the user to select the device type each session which while easy is less elegant.

The idea would be to switch form simple Key Board entry like textboxes to more tablet friendly entry methods... I am not sure how that would work yet but step one, detect the device type for the scenario.

I am thinking this does not exist but I am hoping I just do not know the right search words to find what I am looking for. Anyone familiar enough with RDS to confirm my suspicions or better know of a solution?

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