I need TightVNC or something similar to connect remotely to a Win2000 Server. Terminal services/remote desktop does not work for some reason, so I put TightVNC on it. This works IF the account is logged on to Windows and not locked. I don't want to leave it in that state, though. I want to be able to access it and do CTRL-ALT-DEL to either log on to domain or at least keep it locked and then unlock it via VNC when I need it.
- Can I do that in TightVNC? If so, how?
- If not, what can I use instead to do this?