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RDP Citrix ICA Client Mac OS X keyboard not functioning

RDP Citrix ICA Client Mac OS X keyboard not functioning

RDP Citrix ICA Client Mac OS X keyboard not functioning

(OP)
Dear All

I am trying to use rdp for a xp machine using citrix ICA client for mac os x 10.4.

However, when the 'log on to windows' appears the keyboard is unresponsive.

I can not enter a password to access the xp desktop.

Using options at the remote desktop connection dialogue box allows me to enter the password but even though I then have access to rdp the keyboard is again unresponsive.

I have searched extensively on the web without even a result for the subject used for this thread.

Any suggestions would be greatly welcomed.

thx  

RE: RDP Citrix ICA Client Mac OS X keyboard not functioning

(OP)
As an update my iMac died (blown logic board) about 2 weeks post this thread. Purchase of a new machine with 10.5 solved the problem. Not sure if it was the new os x of a config change but all is great now. cheers

RE: RDP Citrix ICA Client Mac OS X keyboard not functioning

I want to suggest the fallowing :

- restart pc
- reinstall again Citrix
- or try some other remote pc access software .

Hope will help.  

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