First, I'll say that I know WebEx does not currently support Windows 7 with their Remote Access client officially. That being said, in my testing it seems to work just fine except for one thing.
If the remote machine is not logged in, then you cannot send a C-A-D remotely. The WebEx client kicks an error about needing to enable the Secure Attention Sequence in group policy. After spending all day Googling it, I've found the policy settings for Windows Vista, but nothing for Windows 7.
What I'm wondering is if this setting simply does not exist anymore in Windows 7, and that's what WebEx's hangup is. Or if it's just handled differently and they are trying to develop a way to do it securely maybe?
In the mean time, if I could make a change temporarily to make this work, then it would be my choice to do something that may be insecure, versus not being able to remote to a machine.
I was hoping someone might know if it is possible to remedy this SAS issue in group policy or the registry, albeit in an insecure manor - or if the hang-up here is that Windows 7 just handles this so differently that it can only be handled with special development.
Thanks in advance!