Accessibility features in Configuration Manager
Applies to: Configuration Manager (current branch)
Configuration Manager includes features to help make it accessible for everyone.
Starting in version 1902, to improve the accessibility features of the Configuration Manager console, update .NET to version 4.7 or later on the computer running the console.
For more information on the accessibility changes made in .NET 4.7.1 and 4.7.2, see What's new in accessibility in the .NET Framework.
To access a workspace, use the following keyboard shortcuts:
|Ctrl + 1||Assets and Compliance|
|Ctrl + 2||Software Library|
|Ctrl + 3||Monitoring|
|Ctrl + 4||Administration|
Other console shortcuts
|Ctrl + M||Set the focus on the main (central) pane.|
|Ctrl + T||Set the focus to the top node in the navigation pane. If the focus was already in that pane, the focus is set to the last node you visited.|
|Ctrl + I||Set the focus to the breadcrumb bar, below the ribbon.|
|Ctrl + L||Set the focus to the Search field, when available.|
|Ctrl + D||Set the focus to the details pane, when available.|
|Alt||Change the focus in and out of the ribbon.|
Most web browser keyboard shortcuts will work in CMPivot.
|Ctrl + 1||Set the focus on the first tab.|
|Alt + <||To back to the address|
Other accessibility features
To navigate the navigation pane, type the letters of a node name.
Keyboard navigation through the main view and the ribbon is circular.
Keyboard navigation in the details pane is circular. To return to the previous object or pane, use Ctrl + D, then Shift + TAB.
After refreshing a Workspace view, the focus is set to the main pane of that workspace.
To access a workspace menu, select the Tab key until the Expand/Collapse icon is in focus. Then, select the Down arrow key to access the workspace menu.
To navigate through a workspace menu, use the arrow keys.
To access different areas in the workspace, use the Tab key and Shift+Tab keys. To navigate within an area of the workspace, such as the ribbon, use the arrow keys.
To access the address bar when your focus is in the tree node, use Shift+Tab three times.
On a wizard or property page, you can move between the boxes with keyboard shortcuts. Select the Alt key plus the underlined character (Alt+_) to select a specific box.
To navigate to the different nodes of a workspace, enter the first letter of the name of a node. Each key press moves the cursor to the next node that begins with that letter. When you're using a screen reader, the reader reads out the name of that node.
For more information on the fundamentals of navigating Configuration Manager user interfaces, see the following articles:
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