I will take a look see into disabling the clipboard monitor. But what I really want to know is the cause of the problem. It sounds like it is system specific and that something keeps on altering the clipboard data. If a little information can be provided.
Is windows RDP being used?
Is Hyper-V being used?
If using Windows RDP what version of the protocol is being used?
In the RDP client software is the clipboard data option checked or unchecked?
If using Windows Server are GPO's being used.
What are the GPO settings for the Server and the Client? You do not have to be running server I need the hosting end and the client end GPOs as well as RDP versions on both. The client software RDP version can be different from the RDP version that is being used to host the desktop
Are you opening a console session?
Just for a little information Microsoft Remote Desktop is
Terminal Services and also you logging into the computer when sitting at it is actually a local RDP session. Only if you turn off fast user switching or specifically tell windows to log into a console session will you actually log into a non terminal based session.
So need to know if event ghost also has clipboard problems if logged in "locally" or at the computer
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