RDP cant ctrl+alt+del

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When I RDP to another machine internally on our LAN when I hit ctrl+alt+del it isnt sent to the other machine it just works on my local machine. We are not running any terminal servers. I am just trying to connect via RDP for remote access. Has anybody seen this? Thanks

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  • Kellarm
    Well why dont you enlighten me and explain what your talking about. Im asking the question because I dont understand what I cant log in remotely.
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  • Vinceke
    Well that's weird, I've never seen it that you're required to pres ctrl+alt+del to login in a Terminal server session. Anyways to send ctrl+alt+del to the ts screen press ctr+alt+end.
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  • Nileshroy
    Hey Vinceke. Thats a v.v.useful thingy that u sent. Many around here are definitely benefited form ur tip!! :) Regards, Nilesh Roy.
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  • Kellarm
    Vinceke, Thanks man..you hooked me up. Wish more were like you and not like the first response I got. Thanks Again!!
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  • Sgornick
    MDSN KB Article 186624 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;186624 CTRL+ALT+END starts the Windows NT Security dialog box. Similar to Windows NT/2000 CTRL+ALT+DEL. ALT+PAGE UP switches between programs from left to right. Similar to Windows ALT+TAB. ALT+PAGE DOWN switches between programs from right to left. Similar to Windows SHIFT+ALT+TAB. ALT+INSERT cycles through the programs in most recently used order. Similar to Windows ALT+ESC. ALT+HOME displays the Start menu. Similar to Windows CTRL+ESC. CTRL+ALT+BREAK switches the Client between a window and a full screen. ALT+DELETE Displays the Windows menu. CTRL+ALT+MINUS (Minus as in the - symbol on the numeric keypad) Places a snapshot of the active window, within the client, on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing ALT+PrintScrn on a local computer.) CTRL+ALT+PLUS (Plus as in the + symbol on the numeric keypad) Places a snapshot of the entire client window area on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing PrintScrn on a local computer.)
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  • Ve3ofa
    Many machines (Win2k, W2k3, and even Win XP) can be configured that in order to login you must hit CTRL-ALT-DEL to get to the login prompt. Local Security settings/Security Options/Interactive Login (for Win XP) This is a security feature (ahem)
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