French keyboard mapping using Royal TSX

Since I’m using a Mac to connect to remote Windows servers, I get mapping issues with my french keyboard. I’ve tried various software and each time, the “@” keys outputs “²” and “-” keys turns into the “=” character. But I finally got the software / configuration couple that brings nearly normal use of the french keyboard from Mac to Windows using TSE.
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Terminal Server (TSE) connexion through SSH

Usually, when I want to connect to my LAN from the Wild Wild World, I use a VPN connexion. But there are times when it is not possible ; especially now that my work LAN has the same IP range as my home LAN… An alternate way to access my unpublished home services from outside is to use SSH tunnels.

What you need is an SSH server on the LAN that you want connect to. The SSH server has to be able to connect to the LAN server you aim to connect to. Then, all you have to do is a bit of “Port Forwarding”.

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