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I use Fedora 25 and use citrix receiver to connect to my job windows session. When I log on to windows the keyboard layout is messed up, it appears keystrokes sent are from an US keyboard and I am using a UK keyboard.

I tried to adjust settings in ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini with no luck

[WFClient]                                                                                          
Version = 2                                                                                         
KeyboardLayout = (Server Default)        //this                                                            
KeyboardMappingFile = automatic.kbd                                                                 
KeyboardDescription = (Server Default) //this                                                             
KeyboardType = (Server Default)           //this

Anyone know how to change the settings ?

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I had a similar problem with keyboard in Spanish (with catalan variations) and Linux Mint in English (US variation).

Changing KeyboardLayout= Spanish in wfclient.ini helped me.

In your case, try with KeyboardLayout= British or KeyboardLayout= United Kingdom

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    @dr01, you have edited my answer. While you have let the same meaning of it, you have corrected some style/layout. I'm new here so I kindly accept any clarification or any style pointer that you can provide. – ferranm Aug 28 '17 at 15:19
  • Hi @ferranm and welcome to U&L. Not a big deal: your answer was quite good, and I just removed a bit at the end (additions like "Thanks", "Hope this helps", etc. are seen as noise here), and the quotes around the filename which didn't made sense. I also changed the formatting to make it a bit more readable (IMHO). Here are some discussions on Meta about editing posts: unix.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/editing . You can also click on "edited X days ago" on any edited post to see how it was changed and get a gist of the guidelines about writing on this site. – dr01 Aug 29 '17 at 7:32
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    Thanks @dr01 (I hope this is allow in cooments ;-) I will read the links you point to. – ferranm Aug 30 '17 at 17:09

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