underneath there you've got, so's the service settings. These air the user ones. So if you do have a keyboard that uses Windows key combinations when running virtual machine connections in that enhanced session mode, you can tell it how you want to use the Windows key combinations,
whether that when you press like Windows kiey to bring up File Explorer, if that's gonna happen on your physical computer or on the virtual machine that you're connected to, or only on the virtual machine when it's full screen and you can't she set this. The default is used on the virtual machine, so whatever you just clicked in last
will be that. Have you chosen the virtual machine and you click Windows Key. It will then open up exploring the virtual machine
Mount Release Key. This generally doesn't happen too much if you've got the latest enhance session mode enabled. But for some old of E EMS, you have to actually release the mouse to let it come out of the virtual machine and back onto your desktop.
And this is the sequence key that you do so in this case by default is control bolt and left the hammer on the keyboard
and that releases the myself,
the enhanced session mode, Tiu says. To use it if it's available or no. Basically, I would say,
if you're using modern usage of virtual machines, there's no real reason not to use enhanced session mode.
unless you're really kind of going into the security element and you want to just turn it off for anyone
on, then reset check boxes is like When you give remote commands to shutdown, restart those kinds of things. It will be a boxer comes up. Are you sure you want to you to do this? It is yes, No. And underneath it's like Do not ask me again type thing when I do it. Just assume that what I choose now is the answer.
On this way you would reset.
So those are the actual high could be service setting