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JAWS is usually just as fast inside the shell as outside. Yes it
sometimes lags but that happens outside the shell too. What my
company did was place my JAWS inside the shell on a dedicated
server. Log-in is pretty smooth. There is one point that I have to
hit enter where JAWS does not speak. That is when the JAWS on my
regular is shut out and the other one is loading. The Insert+F10
does not work on my Windows 7 in the shell like it does n on my
regular desktop. It is doable but you are going to have to do some
playing with it. Insert+F5, F6, F7 do work though.
On 4/20/2016 7:36 AM, Michael Mote
with FS about this yesterday, I was told that they do not
recommend using JAWS with VMware, but they do say it should
work OK. I’m interested to see how it’s going to perform in
the environment that we will be using. There will be some
obsticles that we’ll have to address, much like using JAWS
with Citrix. Ward, how easy is it for you to connect to
your remote desktop through VMware. How responsive is JAWS
in that configuration?
about VMWare but try insert-f10 to bring up the list of
running tasks. I find that works when a window gets
minimized and disappears.
Please me know if you find any good documentation on it. I am
currently in training and am using it. The main problem with
me is sometimes when JAWS loses focus and I alt+tab I the
screen that I was on previously gets hidden and I cannot find
it again. It is still there but I cannot navigate back to
On 4/19/2016 10:32 AM, Michael Mote
Hi folks! I am working on a project
where we will be using VMware and JAWS. I would like to
know what your experiences have been in this environment.
In doing my own research, I have seen a mixed bag of
results. I would love to find some good documentation on
this, so I can know what I’m looking at, when it comes to
implementation. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.