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"Ctrl + Alt + Del" not working on Remote Control Client

"Ctrl + Alt + Del" not working on Remote Control Client

"Ctrl + Alt + Del" not working on Remote Control Client

I installed a test site for SMS 2.0 SP1 and I was unable to perform a "Ctrl + Alt + Del" on my Winnt 4.0 SP6a test Remote Control clients. Has anyone encountered any similar problems?

RE: "Ctrl + Alt + Del" not working on Remote Control Client

This is a known problem...try rebooting your NT workstation and then try the ctlr-alt-del button...it should work.

RE: "Ctrl + Alt + Del" not working on Remote Control Client

Do you have Client Access installed on the workstation.  If so there is a problem with Ctrl_alt-Del taking a very long time to come up and when it does there is no Domain Line showing.  If this is your problem, I have found that I can delete the following key from the Registry: HKLM - CurrentControlSet - Services - Cwbnetnt - NetworkProvider "ProviderPath"="C:\Program Files\IBM\Client Access\Shared\Cwbnetnt.dll”

The downside to this is that you can't browse AS400 in network neighborhood.  There could be other issues, but I haven't found any others yet. I am still testing this.

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