I’ve always wanted to be able to do this in my Citrix sessions and considered it to be somewhat limiting in productivity without being able to do so. I actually applied this to a Windows 8 ica Citrix Receiver 3.4, using the registry key setting for Win7 x64 in your post. You guys make our lives a little easier! Tab and PRint Scrn both are not working.
Tried everything but nothing is working. Please let me know the solution. Windows 8 system exactly as described, and now my alt-tab is simply ignored when I am full-screen’ed in a Citrix session. I guess disabling it is less annoying than having it flip back to local apps, but, any suggestions to get alt-tab properly passed through to the remote Citrix session would be greatly appreciated.
Also, my local taskbar is showing up if I move my mouse into its area, even if I am full screen’ed into my Citrix session. I had to move my local taskbar to left of my screen as a workaround to allow me to access my Citrix session’s taskbar. Any idea how to fix above two issues? Steve Frampton: Did you get to a solution. It is also ignored on my machine and doesnt work.