You can use keyboards, displays, microphones, and other external devices with remote desktops and published applications. What to read next International KeyboardsWhen using non-English keyboards and locales, you must use certain settings in your client system, browser, and remote desktop. Some languages require you to use an IME (input method editor) on the remote desktop. Shortcut Key CombinationsYou can enable certain settings that affect keyboard behavior for certain key combinations. Configure Keyboard Shortcut MappingsYou can customize how remote desktops and published applications interpret keyboard shortcuts entered on the client device by creating keyboard shortcut mappings. When you create a keyboard shortcut mapping, you map a keyboard shortcut on the client device to a Windows keyboard shortcut that triggers the associated action in the remote desktop or application. Monitors and Screen ResolutionYou can extend a remote desktop or published application to multiple monitors. If you have a high-resolution monitor, you can see the remote desktop or published application in full resolution. Using the Real-Time Audio-Video Feature for Webcams, Microphones, and SpeakersIf an administrator has configured the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, you can use the client machine's audio-video devices in a remote desktop or published application. Real-Time Audio-Video is compatible with standard conferencing applications and browser-based video applications, and it supports standard webcams, audio USB devices, and analog audio input. Using Multiple SpeakersIf more than one speaker is connected to the client computer, and the remote desktop supports multiple device redirection with the speaker feature, you can use all the speakers connected to the client computer in the remote desktop. Printing From a Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationWith the VMware Integrated Printing feature, you can print to a network printer or a locally attached printer from a remote desktop or published application. Use USB Devices in a Remote DesktopWith the USB Redirection feature, you can use some locally attached USB devices in a remote desktop. You can redirect multiple USB devices to a remote desktop. You cannot redirect USB devices to published desktops and published applications.