I'm attempting to copy files from one server folder to another server folder over an RDP connection and this window pops up when I hit CTRL+C to copy the files:
There's only 12.5mb in 276 files and 49 folders being copied and it should be very fast, but it seems to be using RDP clipboard sharing since I see about 60-128kb network activity and right-click dragging the contents to the destination works quickly. If I disable clipboard sharing then CTRL+C to copy works quickly as well.
There's only one server I've noticed it on and it happened sometime in the last two months. Is there some configuration setting that might have been changed by a windows update?
What I want to be able to do is go back to how it worked before:
- Clipboard sharing is enabled, allowing me to copy and paste text on the clipboard between the client and server
- Shared drives are enabled, allowing me access to my local drives on the client in my server session
- Copying files between local directories on a server does not copy file contents to the clipboard on the client using rdpclip.exe (using either CTRL+C or right-click copy)
- Copying files from the shared folders on my client
\\tsclient\xxxdoes not involve the clipboard, though it copies the data over the network (90% sure this is how it worked before, I didn't get any window pop-up until I pasted the files on the server)