I'm using the Windows Client for accessing the vLabs (as opposed to the Web Client). There is a feature comparison between the Web Client and the Windows Client that you can see by clicking "Help me decide which client to use". I noticed that one of the features of the Windows Client is "Copy/paste text". I want to be able to copy/paste between a vLab VM and the Windows workstation I'm connecting from. Is that what this "Copy/paste text" feature allows? If so, how do I enable this feature? The "Copy/paste text" feature "Requires VM Support", but it's not clear to me what that means, either.
Solved copy/paste from vlab?
I had to check and see what you meant here. Ok. Here's what I did. I ran a Windows 8.1 machine, using IE 11. Successfully, logged in to the itpro.tv website. Then I chose a course and selected the launch vlab button for any course. I chose the windows client. It had me install a client on to my computer and I had to reboot.
After the reboot, I did the same as above then waited for the vLab to populate: I typed in one VM and tried to copy that to another VM in the same lab: NO success! Then in my workstation, I opened notepad and typed in it. Then copied it and selected a VM, and opened notepad there, pasted: Success!
so yes, it allows you to paste from your Workstation to the VM.
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