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How do I send a CTRL+ALT+DEL in Windows Terminal Services??

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This is either a really simple one or impossible to do.

How do I send a CTRL+ALT+DEL to a terminal services window??  I know that I can access task manager by right clicking on the taskbar.

This question is more out of curiousity than anything else.

Is it possible or not??
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Depends what you mean by "sending" the CTRL+ALT+DEL.

Generally speaking, this would default back to the local desktop.


Shortcut keys for TS include:

ALT+PAGE UP  Switches between programs from left to right.

ALT+PAGE DOWN Switches between programs from right to left.

ALT+INSERT Cycles through the programs in the order they were started.

ALT+HOME Displays the Start menu.

CTRL+ALT+BREAK Switches the client between a window and full screen.

CTRL+ALT+END Brings up the Windows Security dialog box.

ALT+DELETE Displays the Windows menu.  

CTRL+ALT+Minus (-) 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 PrintScrn on a local computer.)  

CTRL+ALT+Plus (+) 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 ALT+PrintScrn on a local computer.)  
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thanx EricWestBo,

I saw that list before but it looks like I didn't read it properly :(

CTRL+ALT+END looks like what I was after.

Cheers
barx
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m'pleasure.  ;)

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