Ctrl + alt + del problem in Remote control by RealVNC

Posted on 2009-04-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
Is anyone use RealVNC to remote control dedicated server here?
I got a question here. When I use VNC connect to my remoted dedicated server, which is based on windows 2003 standard version, I need use CTRL + ALT + DEL to active login username and password input field. But when I did that, those 3 keys only have effect on my local computer(windows task manager pop up!) not in remoted server.

What should I do? plz help~
Ahead thanks


Question by:Rockychn
    LVL 2

    Accepted Solution

    Click the VNC icon in the op left and it will give you the option to send ctrl+alt+del

    Hope this helps

    Author Closing Comment

    haha,  that's cool, I got it, thanks man, super fast response!!!! +++++

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