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    Hyper-V Mouse Capture

    By default the VM captures the mouse and works fine, using ctrl+alt+space to break out.
    Can you change this to allow the mouse to just pass in and out of the VM like it does in a remote desktop session?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR1S View Post
    By default the VM captures the mouse and works fine, using ctrl+alt+space to break out.
    Can you change this to allow the mouse to just pass in and out of the VM like it does in a remote desktop session?

    Thanks

    Chris
    Have you installed the VM integration tools?

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    There are some installed, is there a particular one?

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    Just the ones that are provided by the hyper-v manager. Should be something like insert integration disk in one of the menues when you are looking at the VM. If the client is Windows 7 or 2008 r2 the features will already be installed by default.

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    Ill try that now, thanks

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    That worked thanks, didn't realise it was a manual install for XP

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