The only way to force IE10 to use the X-UA-Compatible directive, is by using this code:
Very interesting article on fixing IE9 issues and Richfaces 3.3.x:
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I sometimes accidently press a key combination in Word or Outlook which suddenly activates some Asian keyboard. I'm unable to type any other Western character.
The problem was related to me: when you press Alt + Shift, the Asian keyboard is activated. By pressing this key combination again, the Western keyboard is reactivated.
I often ran into an issue with CoRD failing to copy/paste between my host machine and my remote desktop machine. This only occured when multiple remote desktop session were active. The clipboard chain gets broken and copy/paste between the host machine and the remote desktop stops working.
To solve this, you need to execute the following batch file on the remote machine:
@echo off taskkill /IM rdpclip.exe /F start %SystemRoot%\system32\rdpclip.exe exit