A keyboard map lists host terminal keys and their definitions, as well as all defined keystrokes (shortcuts).
Keyboard map files control the action of keys on your PC keyboard, so that they correspond to specific host keys or provide keyboard shortcuts. When you create a terminal session document, it includes a pointer to a default, built-in keyboard map file. You can choose a different keyboard map file for each session, and you can create custom keyboard map files with the settings you prefer.
You can also set up and select custom mouse maps. When you configure keyboard and mouse maps for sessions, you can: