Called when the release focus key combination is pressed. For example, this event is called when the user presses the CTRL+ALT+LEFT ARROW or the CTRL+ALT+RIGHT ARROW key combination.
This event enables the ActiveX control container to take away control from the ActiveX control. For example, this is useful in a scenario where you do not have a mouse, and special key combinations such as ALT+TAB are being redirected to the server. In this case, you do not have a way to return the keyboard focus back to the local desktop. However, with the CTRL+ALT+LEFT ARROW or the CTRL+ALT+RIGHT ARROW key combination, the ActiveX container can listen for this event and respond by taking focus away from the ActiveX control.
void OnFocusReleased( [in] INT iDirection );
The direction parameter of 1 (CTRL+ALT+RIGHT ARROW) or 1 (CTRL+ALT+LEFT ARROW).
This method does not return a value.
This event is available when Remote Desktop Connection 6.0 is used on the client.
|Minimum supported client
|Minimum supported server
||Windows Server 2008
||IMsTscAxEvents is defined as 336d5562-efa8-482e-8cb3-c5c0fc7a7db6