Language Bar in Remote Desktop

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  1. Posts : 21
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    Ok, I have found something weird and Kari, if you could try it that would be appreciated.

    Lets make it clear :
    LAPTOP : Windows 10, Remote Machine, Office (client side)
    WIN7 : Windows 7, Virtual Desktop used to log onto LAPTOP (server side)

    I hope my explanations are clear!

    If I connect first to the LAPTOP, locally (I'm there, physically, at the office). I have the BAR and I can switch layout, perfect!

    If I then take that session (the one locally opened) from WIN7, I still have the BAR and also l can switch layout, still perfect!

    Now, let say I'm connected to the LAPTOP remotely but need to close the session (not only disconnect!) or if I reboot the LAPTOP, then, when create a new session, one I initiate FROM the WIN7 (server side) then, no BAR, no layout.

    It is like, if you open a bran new session, from the remote server, the BAR does not activate nor does the layout.

    Why does LAPTOP configure the session differently whether it is locally or remote?
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  2. Posts : 21
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    Just to let you know, I'm sure it is a bug and the reason why I'm the only one in the world (again) with this behavior. Just to prove my point, I just went to the language setting and without touching anything, the LB just poped up! Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't ... !
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