Change  CTRL+ALT+DELETE in SBS 2003 To just logon /wo C+A+D

Posted on 2006-03-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I have SBS 2003 and I would like to Change  CTRL+ALT+DELETE in SBS 2003 To just logon /wo C+A+D.
So that when I logon with remote software I do not have to envoke  CTRL+ALT+DELETE .
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    by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
    What "remote software" are you logging on with?  Because the whole concept of CTRL+ALT+DEL is to prevent unauthorized access via bots, etc.

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    by:Sam Panwar
    your welcome

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