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I will share the feedback with the right team but I want to highlight that toggle feature was not working for me on windows 10. I wasn't able to toggle between browser and terminal window. Any advice?
Thanks in Advance!
Hi @PraveenMishra ,
I believe the idea of allowing only a single screen was to have the testing experience similar between remote and testing center exams. There are also current technical limitations in enabling monitoring of multiple screens, which have been pushed back to prioritize migrating certifications to the remote environment.
Keyboard shortcuts to toggle windows are disabled on purpose on the remote exam image. Candidates (including me) have expressed an inconvenience with this and the feedback has been passed to the team. I would also encourage you to report feedback, so that it gains traction.
Meanwhile using the 'Activities hot corner' can help in toggling between windows.
As for the way to test article, Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Automation exam (EX407) should be able to take as a remote exam but in my exam scheduler it only show the option of testing center.I would like to know how I schedule it as a remote exam according to the above article.
EX407 (V7) was due for public release this week. The internal pilot tests were extended through this week at the last minute. The website was updated as part of it's original release. Apologies for the confusion. EX407 is expected to be available as a Remote Exam in about a week from now.
Hi @yusuf-yazici ,
I think the answer is no, based on the rules:
Webcam: One external webcam with at least a 1m cable
I also do not see where one would configure that in that secure Remote Exams live environment...
Having said that maybe it's worth to clarify or modify the Getting Ready document, explicitally commenting on the use of IP Webcams?
@shefeeqyr Could you kindly consolidate my answer?