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    Ctrl-Alt-Del on remote system?

    This may be a totally retarded question... I'm trying to do a lab (through Lab Mentors' iLab), and I'm connecting to a remote Windows Server. To log into the server, I need to press Ctrl-Alt-Del to login to the system, and umm... how do I do that? It will bring up my Task Manager, not the remote server's Login screen...

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    Can you right-click on the taskbar of the remote server and bring up the task manager from there Neg?

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    Rats... Guess what... there's a "Send Ctrl-Alt-Del" button at the top of the screen, very well-hidden (or maybe I just didn't scroll up all the way )

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    Are you connecting via RDP? If so, a CTRL-ALT-END will send a CTRL-ALT-DEL to the remote server.

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    Rats... Guess what... there's a "Send Ctrl-Alt-Del" button at the top of the screen, very well-hidden (or maybe I just didn't scroll up all the way )
    PC anywhere has that feature....

    Are you connecting via RDP? If so, a CTRL-ALT-END will send a CTRL-ALT-DEL to the remote server.
    I work with that all darn day, every day and didn't know that. I just always used the task bar.
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    gotomypc has a "send ctrl alt del"

    Will try that ctrl alt end Angelic.....didnt know that

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