Conclusion

Most of the time I have found that my local keyboard is the one that is accurate. If you need to toggle CAPS on a Windows computer you could try running a short script on the remote computer. Is it through command prompt on the remote computer?

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Yes - it is Windows applications always. Many thanks for the reply.

On the remote computer, open notepad and type. This will show you if CAPS is on or off. Try toggleing CAPS on your keyboard to see how the letters change when you type on the remote computer. The script mentioned above would need to be created on the remote compter, and run on the remote compter. I guess I should have offered more information initially. As I was typing the password in remote computer, it was telling me that Caps Key was on. Attempts by me to clear that condition from my keyboard didn't seem to be working.

Thus I was asking for a solution to work around this issue.

[SOLVED] Is there a way to turn 'caps lock' off remotely? - Networking - Spiceworks

Both computers are W7 or W10 depending on who I am remoting into. Mine being W In your original posting your 0 in Object appears to be a number, is this correct? Also, should I execute this as a full line of input or in 2 segments? I tried running this as Admin but nothing happened. It did not disable my own Caps Lock. So sorry for being a pain but this is how we learn! Log in. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter simplyseven Start date Jun 18, We don't like Ads much either, but they do help cover the costs of running the site.

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The login window will warn you if you have the caps lock on. Try pressing caps lock, and you will see the little icon for that.

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Make sure it's off. I'd recommend never trying to use Caps Lock on a password entry window. The user name your account name is not case sensitive, and could show up in caps or not, shouldn't make a difference The password is case sensitive, so that has to be as you have entered it. So, I suspect that the password itself is probably the issue.

Disable the Caps Lock Key on a Mac

If your OS X system will not accept that password, then you may still be typing it incorrectly. You can reset that password to something else or the password as you think it should be by booting to your MacBook restore DVD, then open the Reset or change Password utility, which you will find in the Utilities menu. Related Article Keyboard Caps Lock modified to reduce accidental activation. User profile for user: Jlmc48 Jlmc Question: Q: Question: Q: I can't turn off caps on my air Pls help No matter what I do I can't turn off caps on my mac air All replies Drop Down menu.

Loading page content. User profile for user: Strawb Strawb Feb 15, AM in response to Jlmc48 In response to Jlmc48 Your caps lock may be physically stuck on in which case you may need to use Apple Warranty to get it fixed. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: scotthunterfromoakland scotthunterfromoakland.


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Jan 19, AM in response to Jlmc48 In response to Jlmc48 I had been having this problem on my new iMac, but a closer look at the Keyboard preference pane solved it.