I've found what appears to be a fix.  It works for ICA and ICA>RDP  Haven't 
tested it yet on only RDP or the terminals we use (only got chance to have a 
real look at it during the last 30mins of work and only found the fix in the 
last few mins).

static keystroke_to_msg keyup2msg[] =
{
/*  KeyState    Win32 VirtKey    5250 key     ctx ext  */
   { 0,          VK_CONTROL,      K_RESET    , 0, 0 },
   { 0,          VK_CONTROL,      K_FIELDEXIT, 0, 1 },
   { VK_MENU,    VK_SNAPSHOT,     K_SYSREQ,    1, 0 },
   { VK_MENU,    VK_SNAPSHOT,     K_SYSREQ,    1, 1 },
   { 0,          VK_SNAPSHOT,     K_PRINT,     1, 0 },
   { -1, -1 },
};

Anyway it would appear via RDP/ICA ext needs setting to 1 to pick up the 
key-combo.  I'll try got a proper test in to monday just to see if it mess 
anything up and if it can be used on RDP only and at the console.

-----Original Message-----
From: Naylor Robert
Sent: Thu 3/9/2006 12:16 PM
To: 'linux5250@xxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: Win32, Alt-Sysreq & Terminal Servers
 
Just noticed a problem - alt-sys request doesn't seem to do anything when using 
tn5250 via a terminal servers (both RDP and ICA).  On the same terminal at the 
console this works.
 
Nothing appears in the trace file when the keys are pressed.   The same key 
combinations works fine for teemtalk (another 5250 emulator).
 
Any hints?  While I'm very rusty at c coding (nor did I ever get to the level 
required for this sort of project), but I have patched the code for destructive 
backspaces using the patch from the mailing list, so I can re-compile the code 
if needed.
 
 (I've tested the normal version to make sure the changes this didn't cause the 
problem).
 
I've tried the unix_sysreq option and this works, however this is not an 
acceptable work around according to the Projects team.  Its either get this 
working or buy some very expensive site licenses :S



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