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pcAnywhere 10.5 - How to send specifc keystrokes

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I would like to be able to send specific keystrokes within a pcAnywhere session. Version 10.5 running Windows 2000 Professional on both the local and host machines. The combination I would like to send is a CTRL-ESC on the host machine. Can anyone tell me how to do this? Is it possible?

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Dawn
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As you probably know pcanywhere is very limited in the ammount of control keys it supports on  running.
For example to send a CTRL-ALT-DEL there's a specific button on the normal ( not full screen)
app mode.

My suggestion is to use a program like WinWedge install it on the host machine and point it
to the application that you want to be receiving this keystrokes
www.taltech.com/support/sw_tricks/sending.htm -
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Thanks - I will give WinWedge a try. Sorry for the delay in reposnding. For whatever reason I wasn't notified when the comment was added.
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