Does anyone know if it is possible to either make RDP ignore media keys (ie let the local system process them rather than the remote system), or capture them before RDP processes them, and send them directly to the local system?
Basically I have a setup in which I have a media player playing music on my local system, and when I RDP into various systems I want to still be able to control the media player with the media keys, rather than the remote system interpreting them.
I found one solution that utilises a small app on the remote machine that captures the media keys (well, configurable for any keystroke) and sends them back to an agent on the local system. It seems a rather convoluted way and since I RDP into VMs or KVM switches I.E. not always a Windows RDP host directly I can't run the client-side app on them.
Any suggestions would be welcomed.