Remote sessions recognize most Mac keyboard combinations for text input, such as Option-G to input the copyright symbol ©. Some keystrokes you make during a session, however, do not appear on the remote application or desktop and instead are interpreted by the Mac operating system. This can result in keys triggering Mac responses instead.
You might also want to use certain Windows keys, such as Insert, that many Mac keyboards do not have. Similarly, some Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts display charms and app commands, and snap and switch apps. These shortcuts are not mimicked natively by Mac keyboards but can be sent to the remote desktop or application using the Keyboard menu.
Keyboards and the ways keys are configured can differ widely between machines. Citrix Receiver for Mac therefore offers several choices to ensure that keystrokes can be forwarded correctly to hosted applications and desktops. These are listed in the table. The default behavior is described. If you adjust the defaults (using Citrix Receiver for Mac or other preferences), different keystroke combinations may be forwarded and other behavior may be observed on the remote PC.