I was using Microsoft remote desktop to connect to my office windows machine from my personal Macbook Pro for a while. While the RDP protocol is epic for its purpose, I have long been disturbed when I accidentally pressed ctrl+arrows (e.g. ctrl+right or ctrl+up) or swiped four fingers trying to switch windows on my office Windows machine.
I am wondering if there is a way to disable those key bindings or redirect those commands to the remote machine when using Microsoft Remote Desktop. I know I can manually disable the key bindings every time, but I am wondering if there is a better and cleaner way to do this. To be clear, what I had in mind is something like in the Windows version of Microsoft Remote Desktop, once you launched the remote machine, you will be just like using that machine and all your command will be re-direct from the local machine to the remote machine until you move you mouse to the top status bar to close the remote session.
This has been quite disturbing from my end. It would be very helpful and appreciated if anyone could provide me a way to resolve this.
All my best,